Windhoek’s new mayor, Job Amupanda, has said the current city councillors are determined to develop a capital city where there is no racially privileged group and where access to land, housing and economic development is a reality for all. Nampa reports that Amupanda said this yesterday in his message for Human Rights Day and the 61st anniversary of the Old Location massacre. Windoek’s mayor said since independence 30 years ago, Namibian people are still suffering from the long-lasting effects of apartheid and this is evident in Windhoek’s current structure. He’s quoted as saying “We will continue to develop a city where there is no racially privileged group over another, where access to land, housing and economic development becomes a reality for all and dignity and a sense of purpose and freedom are restored”.