(From The Namibian - AAGM)
Byline: Lindsay Dentlinger
A CALL for the introduction of paternity leave in the new Labour Bill was made by Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Loide Kasingo, in the National Assembly yesterday.
This sparked a surge of mumbling from male parliamentarians - but it was unclear whether this was because they were opposed to, or in agreement, with the suggestion.
Debating the Bill, which is set to replace the current Act, Kasingo said a provision of this nature was needed to lend support to laws that stressed that fathers take equal responsibility for their children and to proposed legislation such as the Child Status …