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  1. Namibie - - Loi

    Medical Scheme for Members of the National Assembly, Judges and Other Office-bearers Act, 1990. No. 23.

    Adoption: 1990-12-03 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1990-12-08 | NAM-1990-L-21776

    An act to extend membership of the medical aid scheme established for the public service under the Public Service Act, 1980, to members and former members of the National Assembly, judges and former judges of the Supreme Court, certain other office-bearers and other persons and to their surviving spouses; to repeal section 1 of the Medical Aid Scheme for the Government Service Extension Act, 1982; and to provide for matters connected therewith.

  2. Namibie - - Loi

    Members of the National Assembly and Other Office-bearers Pensions Act, 1990. No. 21.

    Adoption: 1990-12-03 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1990-12-08 | NAM-1990-L-21778

  3. Namibie - - Loi

    Police Act, 1990 (Act No. 19 of 1990).

    Adoption: 1990-12-03 | NAM-1990-L-90646

    The Act contains 47 articles. It provides for the establishment, organization and administration of the Namibian Police Force. Regulates the powers and duties of the Force and prescribes the procedures to secure the internal security of Namibia and to maintain law and order. Also regulates the discipline, appointment, promotion and discharge of members of the Force.

    Repeals the following:
    - Police (South West Africa) Act, 1939 (Act 19 of 1939);
    - Police Act, 1958 (Act 7 of 1958)
    - Police Amendment Proclamation, 1981 (Proclamation AG. 9 of 1981);
    - Police Amendment Proclamation, 1983 (Proclamation AG. 21 of 1983);
    - Second Police Amendment Act, 1987 (Act 16 of 1987);
    - Police Amendment Act, 1987 (Act 20 of 1987);

    Amends the following:
    - Explosives Act, 1956 (Act 26 of 1956) section 1 is amended by the substitution for the definition of "Minister" of the following definition: "'Minister' means the Minister of Home Affairs;";
    - Arms and Ammunition Act, 1969 (Act 75 of 1969) section 1 is amended by the substitution for the definition of "Minister" of the following definition: "'Minister' means the Minister of Home Affairs";
    - Second law Amendment (Abolition of Discriminatory or Restrictive Laws for purposes of Free and Fair Election) Proclamation, 1989 (Proclamation AG. 25 of 1989) is amended in the Annexture by the deletion of the entries relating to the Police Act, 1958.

  4. Namibie - - Loi

    Namibian Citizenship Act, 1990 (No. 14 of 1990). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1990-08-20 | NAM-1990-L-94728

  5. Namibie - - Loi

    Ombudsman Act, 1990 (Act No. 7 of 1990). - Centre for Human Rights

    Adoption: 1990-06-06 | NAM-1990-L-9871

    Defines and prescribes the powers, duties, and functions of the Ombudsman, and provides for matters incidental thereto.

  6. Namibie - - Loi

    Pension Matters of Government Institutions Amendment Act 1990. No. 5.

    Adoption: 1990-06-06 | NAM-1990-L-20506

    Act amending the Pension Matters of Government Institutions Proclamation, 1989, so as to remove the right of persons to invest their accrued pension benefits in retirement annuity funds of life insurance companies and to provide for incidental matters.

  7. Namibie - - Loi

    Public Service Commission Act 1990. No. 2.

    Adoption: 1990-06-05 | NAM-1990-L-20516

    Act providing for the establishment of a Public Service Commission in pursuance of the provisions of Chapter 13 of the Namibian Constitution; the powers, functions and duties of the Commission; tenure of office, remuneration and other conditions of service of Commission members; etc.

  8. Namibie - - Constitution

    Constitution of the Republic of Namibia, 1990 (Act No. 1 of 1990). - Constitution (including 1998 amendment) Constitution on-line

    Adoption: 1990-02-09 | NAM-1990-C-9565

    Constitution of Namibia containing Chapters entitled:1 - the Republic; 2 - Citizenship; 3 - Fundamental human rights and freedoms; 4 - Public emergency, state of national defence and martial law; 5 - the President; 6 - the Cabinet; 7 - the National Assembly; 8 - the National Council; 9 - the administration of justice; 10 - the Ombudsman; 11 - principles of State policy; 12 - regional and local Government; 13 - the Public Service Commission; 14 - the Security Commission; 15 - the police and defence forces and the prison service; 16 - finance; 17 - Central Bank and National Planning Commission. Chapters 18 to 21 contain transitional provisions. Eight schedules attached. Article 9 prohibits slavery and forced labour. Article 10 guarantees the right to equality before the law and prohibits freedom from discrimination. Article 21 guarantees all persons fundamental freedoms, including the rights, inter alia: to assemble peaceably; to freedom of association "... which shall include freedom to form and join associations or unions, including trade unions ..."; to withhold their labour without being exposed to criminal penalties; and to practise any profession, or carry on any occupation, trade or business. Article 23 prohibits the practices of racial discrimination and apartheid and authorises the implementation of affirmative action programmes.

  9. Namibie - - Loi

    Combating of Immoral Practices Act, 1980 (Act No. 21 of 1980)

    Adoption: 1980 | NAM-1980-L-74659

  10. Namibie - - Loi

    Criminal Procedure Act, 1977 (Act No. 51 of 1977). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1977 | NAM-1977-L-85750

    Makes provision for procedures and related matters in criminal proceedings.

  11. Namibie - - Loi

    Sexual Offences Act, 1957 (Act No. 23 of 1957)

    Adoption: 1957-04-03 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1957-04-12 | NAM-1957-L-74660

  12. Namibie - - Loi

    Pension Funds Act, 1956. - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1956-04-28 | NAM-1956-L-94732

  13. Namibie - - Loi

    Merchant Shipping Act, 1951 (Act No. 57 of 1951)

    Adoption: 1951-06-27 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1960-01-01 | NAM-1951-L-74661

    Chapter I: Administration
    Chapter II: Recording, registering and licensing of ships
    Chapter III: certificates of competency, service and qualification
    Chapter IV: Engagement, discharge, repatriation, payment, discipline and general treatment of seamen, cadets and apprentice-officers
    Chapter V: Safety of ships and life at sea
    Chapter VI: Special shipping enquiries and courts of enquiry and courts of survey
    Chapter VII: Wrecks and salvage
    Chapter VIII: Carriage of goods by sea
    Chapter IX: Offences, penal provisions and legal procedure
    Chapter X: General

  14. Namibie - - Loi

    Employees’ Compensation Act 30 of 1941. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1941-05-05 | NAM-1941-L-108522

    To amend and consolidate the laws relating to compensation for disablement caused by accidents to or industrial diseases contracted by employees in the course of their employment, or for death resulting from such accidents and diseases.

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