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Turnhalle

(ˈtɜːnˌhælə)
n
(Gymnastics) a building in which gymnastics is taught and practised. Also called: turnhall
[German]
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Our graduates have gone on to serve on the structures of The Rally for Democracy and Progress Youth League, The Democratic Turnhalle Alliance Youth League, The National Unity Democratic Union Youth League as well as the Republican Party Youth League in leadership capacities.
In 2008, with elections due in 2009, the band was offered the opportunity to perform at election rallies organized by the two major parties in Namibia: Swapo Party and DTA (Democratic Turnhalle Alliance).
Registered political parties: South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA), United Democratic Front of Namibia (UDF), Congress of Democrats (COD), Republican Party (RP), National Unity Democratic Organization (NUDO), Monitor Action Group (MAG), Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP), South West African National Union (SWANU), All People's Party (APP), Democratic Party of Namibia (DPN), Namibia Democratic Movement for Change (NDMC).
Omunane, Katuutire Kaura wotjira ihi oDemocratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA) wa kavarura Etanga narire tja twirike omarapi wotjira peyendo rOmbara Mutuezu Tjambiru otjomuano wokumupa ondengero nondangu koruvara ndwa yandjere koDTA.
Gary Mihelic, An der Turnhalle 3, 09456 Annaberg, Germany.
I traveled extensively in Namibia, interviewing villagers and township dwellers, SWAPO supporters and their political opponents, principally the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA), and U.
The elections resulted in SWAPO controlling the majority of all three categories of local authority, except in the south and rural OtjiHerero and Damara-speaking regions northeast and northwest of Windhoek respectively, where the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA) and/or United Democratic Front (UDF) performed well (Table 2).
The opposition Democratic Turnhalle Alliance threatens a strangle-hold on the print media, with at least five newspapers and the only two commercial printing presses as well.
In Namibia, South Africa slid out of its acceptance of UN Resolution 435 (providing for independence in UN-supervised elections, with a UN peacekeeping force) and concentrated on elaborating its own "internal settlement" under the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA).
Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA) leader Katuutire Kaura visited Etanga and raised party flags on former Chief Mutuezu Tjambiru's grave in order to honour the late chief's support for the DTA.
The Democratic Turnhalle Alliance (DTA) has declared itself the only opposition party capable of taking power from SWAPO, at its Executive Committee meeting held last week.