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25
AUG

Heroes’ Acre

In this podcast episode you will learn about the Heroes’ Acre, which is a state-of-the-art war memorial on the outskirts of Windhoek. Its construction was motivated by the need to foster the spirit of patriotism and nationalism.
23
MAR

Welwitschia Plains

In this podcast, you will learn about the Welwitschia Plains, which are situated approximately 30 - 50 km inland from Swakopmund, roughly lying between the Swakopmund and Khan rivers. They form part of the hyper-arid gravel plains of the Namib Desert.
23
MAR

Hoba Meteorite

In this podcast, you will learn about the Hoba Meteorite, which is found on the Hoba West Farm in the Otjozondjupa Region. The meteorite fell to earth less than 80 000 years ago and is between 190 and 410 million years old.
23
MAR

Ghaub Cave

In this podcast, you will learn more about the Ghaub Cave. At 38 metres beneath the surface of the earth, the Ghaub Caves comprise a muggy underground world formed by a forced get-together of water and calcium over the past seven million years.
23
MAR

Fish River Canyon

In this podcast, you will learn more about the Fish River Canyon, which is located in the south of Namibia. The largest canyon in Africa, it is also the second-most visited tourist attraction in Namibia.
22
MAR

Ida Maria Magdalena Hoffmann

In this podcast, you will learn more about liberator, mobilizer and politician, Ida Maria Magdalena Hoffmann. Hoffmann was born on the 16th of September 1947 in Karasburg, in the ǁKaras Region,
Having founded the Children's World Creche in Katutura in 1984 and being actively involved in the Roman Catholic Church since 1962, Hoffmann has had a keen interest in justice matters and political issues from an early age...
22
MAR

Etosha National Park

In this podcast you will learn more about the Etosha National Park. The park is considered a national reserve and is located in the northern part of Namibia. The Park covers about 8,598 square miles, and centers on the Etosha Pan, a vast expanse of salt with lone salt springs...
22
MAR

Dr. Ellen Ndeshi Namhila

In this podcast you will learn more about nurse, academic and Liberation icon Dr. Ellen Ndeshi Namhila. Dr. Ellen Ndeshi Namhila was born in 1964 at Ondobe village in Northern Namibia. In 1976, at the age of 12, Dr. Namhila became the target in an attack by the South African Defence Force in her home area...
14
MAR

Putuse Apollus

In this podcast, you will learn more about a founding member of the Women's Council: Freedom fighter and Nurse Putuse Apollus.
Affectionately known as "Meekulu Putuse", she was born in a small village called Cofimvaba in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.
14
MAR

Omugululugwombashe

In this podcast, you will learn more about The Omugulugwombashe National Heritage site which is essential to the history of the struggle for freedom and independence in Namibia. It is at this settlement - then only a forest and woodland - that Namibia’s struggle for independence began in 1966.
14
MAR

Moses ǁGaroëb

In this podcast, you will learn more about Moses Mague ǁGaroeb, who became involved as a young man in the resistance against the forced removal to Katutura. When the organizers of the resistance movement drove around with a loudspeaker, announcing the protest boycott of municipal services, the 18-year old ǁGaroeb was the one speaking in Khoekhoegowab.

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