Video taped interviews, amateur film clips and snap shots of documentaries provides a audio visual testimony from the liberation struggles. Clips of material found in archives or donated to the project will be shown here as soon as copyrights have been established where possible and permission given.
- See and listen to a short presentation of this website.
- SPARC, the SWAPO Party Archives and Research Centre, in Namibia, was formally inaugurated 20 November 2007, at a ceremony held on the premises of SPARC. Read more about the SPARC ceremony 2007 and see and listen to a number of prominent persons' speeches.
- Video interviews have been performed by staff from the Nordic Africa Institute with some of the key members that were active within the SWAPO, Namibia and the Namibian liberation movement. Read more about these persons and see clips from these interviews.
- SAGA was an Icelandic singing group that sang South African songs as an instrument in raising awareness on Iceland on the anti-apartheid struggle. Read more about SAGA and see and listen to a video clip from one of its performances on the Icelandic television.