By Samantha Granville
in Windhoek, Namibia
August 7, 2021
In between the blue water of the Atlantic Ocean and the luscious golden dunes of the Namibian coast are the grounds of a former German concentration camp.
It was here at the start of the 20th Century where the Ovaherero and Nama people were subjected to sexual violence, forced labour and gruesome medical experiences. Many died of disease and exhaustion.
Uahimisa Kaapehi says his heart is heavy standing on the remains of his ancestors.