Scheduled for the Trustco United Sports Field on 29 October, Hallelujah Namibia promises an evening of uplifting worship for all denominations.
Don’t miss the fruits of German culture, on 28 and 29 October, in the form of the Oktoberfest Namibia at Sport Klub Windhoek.
Take part in your choice of MTB or Road race on 8 or 9 October 2016, both of which are Rotary Club of Windhoek community service & fundraising projects, and therefore in aid of great causes!
In June this year, Namibian conservation lost one of its true champions, when Chris Eyre, despite his many victories over narrow-mindedness, poaching, and the march of time, finally succumbed to lung cancer at the age of 72.
Since gaining independence from South Africa in 1974, Namibians have put their minds, their backs and, most importantly, their hearts into conservation. Since entrenching environmental protection into the constitution, conservation has become the business of the people. This system of involving the public, by means of conservancies, tourism, and even hunting, has been an outstanding success, and has been well-documented and much lauded.
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