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Sheldin Naruseb, a student from the Erindi Private Game Reserve, explains to his fellow students how to analyze elephant dung. All images contributed

EcoTraining instructor Gerhard van Niekerk heads up an on-foot elephant approach.

Out in the field. From left to right: Francois du Plessis from the Erindi Private Game Reserve, Rector Tetuka from the Gondwana Namushasha River Lodge, Gerhard van Niekerk from EcoTraining, Johannes Kapenda from the Wilderness Safaris Serra Cafema Camp, Stephen Croucamp from the Erindi Private Game Reserve, Karitjangua Day Kasupi from the Wilderness Safaris Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp, Frederik Witbooi from the Gondwana Fish River Canyon Lodge, Reginal Koper from the Wilderness Safaris Doro Nawas Camp and Sheldin Naruseb, from the Erindi Private Game Reserve.

Traditional singing and dancing performed her by the Mafwe will be performed by all three groups. Photo Tanja Bause

The Ju / 'Hoansi will show visitors how to make fire the traditional. Photo Tanja Bause

Chef Ralf Herrgott of the NUST training kitchen with some of his students. Image contributed

Ellen van der Berg of the Philadelphia Foundation for Orphans in Grootfontein helps residents of the informal settlement establish vegetable gardens so that they can feed their children and themselves. Her organization also supports soup kitchens and teaches children to read. She is an example of the type of nomination Old Mutual is looking forward to receiving. Photo Tanja Bause

Alina Garises. Photo Contributed

Andreas Alweendo. Photo Contributed

Naulene Wessels. Photo Contributed

Siboniso Maphosa. Photo Contributed

The Zimbabwiese aktivis, Sten Zvorwadza (middel) tydens sy inhegtenisname in 'n plaaslike hotel in Harare. Photo Nampa / AP

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BIG TURNOUT: The inaugural Husab Marathon attracted runners from all over the country last year. Photo: Contributed

COMMUNITY-CENTRED: Marileo's Sewing Training Centers Maria (center) and Charles Bahm (right), handing over certificates to their first batch of trainees. PHOTO: CONTRIBUTED

DISCLOSE: Chief of the! Oe? Gân traditional authority, Immanuel / Gáseb. Photo: File

FORECAST: Ondangwa Town Council CEO Ismael Namugongo (left) with the new chairperson of the management committee, Andreas Kalumbu (center), and Mayor Paavo Amwele. Photo: ILENI NANDJATO

LIKE SO: FIFA has embarked on a project to build artificial football fields in parts of the world where water is scarce. The above is an example of such a pitch. Photo: LawnArtificialGrass.com

THREATENED: Food security is a serious problem in Namibia PHOTO: GARWIN BEUKES

Palmwag Lodge spog met ’n splinternuwe ontvangsarea. Photo’s Francoise Steynberg

The entrance to the Namib Naukluftpark se kampeerterrein. Photo’s Francoise Steynberg

Newly-elected Chairperson of the LCMAN, Dr Laurie Marker (middle), with her colleague from the Cheetah Conservation Fund, Dr Fabiano Ezequiel. Also featured are the LCMAN Coordinator from the NNF, Ms Katie Oxenham, Ms Waltraut Fritzsche from the NSS, and some of the other people who attended the presentation. Photo contributed

Food preparations for family and friends.

Father and daughter taking part in a cataloging session.

Parents taking part in the positive parenting seminar.

Children enjoying a hearty meal.

Dian Coetzee, the manager of Bank Windhoek's The Grove Mall Branch, looks on as Natasha Christians, senior sales advisor, assists new clients during the first Solo Bank.

The foreign feathered visitor to Klein Windhoek. Photo Mariana Balt

Yolanda Nel en Christa Nangombe, onderwyseres by Kleuterkapperjolle, saam met hair groepie kleuters en hul nuwe boeke.

Saam met Erica Kamujame van Erica Pre-Primary and Daycare is Hlia Kamuigo, ’n onderwyseres by die skool, en Yolanda Nel van’ n Yollie Original.

EX-FOREX: The two arrested Britons were charged with using insider knowledge to manipulate the foreign exchange market to benefit themselves and the bank, to the detriment of a client. PHOTO: Reuters

PARTNERSHIPS: Africa’s power gap is so large that no single government, industry or business can hope to solve it on its own, delegates at an energy conference heard this week. PHOTO: FILE

UNFOLDING: Paladin has reportedly signed a nonbinding term sheet to sell 24% stake in Langer Heinrich to an undisclosed “global nuclear power industry participant”. PHOTO: FILE

DISHING OUT HOPE: Benjamin Smith Junior (24) from Walvis Bay is the only Namibian crew member on the Logos Hope. PHOTO: CONTRIBUTED

SENTENCED: Eliakim Nampindi will spend 55 years in jail. Photo: NAMPA

PEAK: Windhoek residents can still be grateful for short-lived peak traffic times. PHOTO: GARWIN BEUKES

APPEAL: Tobie Aupindi and his former lawyer Richard Metcalfe. Photo: FILE

BETTER DAYS: In good rain years, the hippos in the Zambezi Region can frolic in the water all day. PHOTO: FRANCOISE STEYNBERG

JOBS: CHEC workers on duty at the Namport offshore container terminal on reclaimed land in Walvis Bay. Photo: Otis Finck

FUN IN THE NORTH: Facebook Lounge tournament organizers Peya Mushelenga Jr (left) and Tradie Nakwafila (right) receive the sponsorship from OTB Sport’s Absai Simon. Photo: HECTOR MAWONGA

BIGGER STAGE: Namibia’s Benson Shilongo will now be playing in South Africa’s Premier Soccer League (PSL) for Platinum Stars. Photo: HECTOR MAWONGA

On July 30th, the 13th Old Wheelers Day will take place on the grounds of the Old Wheelers Club. There is also an exhibition with historic vehicles and classic cars. Photo: private

Aberdeen Asset Management, one of the largest companies in SABMiller, is never tevrede met AB InBev se nuwe aanbod never. Photo Nampa / Reuters

Personnel of the ministry of gender equality and child welfare have committed themselves in making sure that the 2016 Gender and Media Summit will be a success. Photo contributed

Steeds sy aan sy: pres. Hage Geingob en die adjunkpremier en minister van internasionale betrekkinge en samewerking, me. Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah tydens the opening of the conference. Photo Nampa

Nadat die waardasiehofsitting op Maandag 1 Augustus op Grootfontein in die magistraatshof afgehandel is, sal dit op 8 Augustus op Gobabis begin. Daarna word dit op 15 Augustus op Mariental begin en ook 'n sitting in the magistraatshowe op Keetmanshoop, Outjo, Otjiwarongo, Omaruru en ten laaste in Windhoek hê.

Verskeie Wenners van kategorieë ná the naweek se Visions Consulting-toernooi by Wanderers.

The vrouewenner Adri Lambert saam met Andrew Forrest wat die manskompetisie oorheers het. Photo sold

NEW BEGINNINGS: Eighteen-year-old Annoushka Kordom will play for Corbin Warriors in the United States for the next four years. PHOTO: HENRIK MARTINSCHLEDDE / CONTRIBUTED.

Photos Francoise Steynberg

Chyphostemma currorii - Butter Tree

Mesembryanthemum cryptantum

Clients of Pack Safari at the Tropic of Capricorn crossing. Photo: Pack Safari

Stephan Hock cooks and prepares the dishes himself in his kitchen without exception.

Stephan Hock (front right) recently received the award from the French chefs association Chaîne des Rôtisseurs from the Windhoek restaurateur and Namibian national representative of the association, Roland Lösch (front left). Also in the picture are Johanna Jonas, daughter Michelle, wife Sabine as well as Irma Paulus and Relindis Nakale, who ensure that everything runs smoothly in the restaurant. Photos: Wiebke Schmidt

Stephan Hock and his wife Sabine have been running the Immanuel Lodge, 20 kilometers north of Windhoek, for nine years. New dishes are offered on the dining table every day. Photos: Wiebke Schmidt

Yellow-bellied sand snake (Psammophis semiannulatus)

Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus)

The landscape in the north of the NamibRand Nature Reserve is characterized by spectacular dunes. PHOTOS: WILLIE OLIVIER

Boulders Safari Camp blends in with the boulders that form a dramatic backdrop.

NamibRand Nature Reserve is a sanctuary to around 8,000 gemsbok (oryx).

Guests can cool off in a plunge pool on a hot day while they absorb the dramatic desert scenery.

Guests are accommodated in tastefully furnished luxury tents with en suite facilities.

Nkasa Lupala Lodge overlooks the Harubandi Channel and is just a few hundred meters from the Nkasa Lupala National Park. Photos: Willie Olivier

The Nkasa Lupala National Park is home to four of the Big Five, including lion.

Natural material such as wood, reeds and thatch were used to build the main lodge building.

Clients can get close up views of wildlife on conservation safaris.

Ultimate Safaris uses vehicles that are specially fitted out for Namibian conditions. PHOTOS: ULTIMATE SAFARIS

The neat kitchen is fully equipped.

The hanging bridge between two islands on the Okavango River at Mobola Island Lodge.

Activities include a sundowner cruise or fishing on the Okavango Rivier.

The pub at Mobola Island Lodge with a beautiful view on the Okavango River.

The view on the Okavango River from the deck of the pub.

Take a hike to the Mobola rapids.

Privacy of the four chalets is one of the highlights at Mobola Island Lodge. Photos Francoise Steynberg

Every chalet has each own braai.

One of the luxury thatched roof chalets.

Water lillies on the Okavango Rivier.

The exotic swimming pool with a waterfall.

The ablution block at the camp site is very clean.

One of the camp sites under shady trees and a grass roof with an outside shower.

Clients on a safari enjoying late afternoon game viewing.

. Enjoying sundowners on a safari.

The museum's logo, known as the Angel of Onandjokwe, is made of two burnt pieces of wood which was found during the construction of water and sewerage networks in 2011. It was believed to be the remains of a wooden pole that survived the devastating fire of 1958 and resembled the wings of the angel when it was split.

The historic Finnish mission church at Olulonda.,

Entrance to the Uukwaluudhi traditional palace in Tsandi.

Okandambo, a small pan, played an important role in the history of the Ongandjera people.

Ombupupu Magical Pond hold water for several months in the rainy season, but eventually dries up.

The Outapi War Museum is situated in a bunker.

When internationally renowned textile designer Volker Berner of Dorka Teppiche retired in 2008 he donated all his equipment as well as the copyright of all the patterns and designs to his long-serving Owambo-speaking employees - in recognition of their contribution to the success of his business . They formed the Dorkambo Carpets Cooperative in Ondangwa in July 2008.

The Uukwambi were the traditional potters in Owambo and the name means ‘those making pots.’ Clay is obtained from the iishana (seasonal watercourses) after the summer rains and the pots were traditionally crafted in an underground pottery chamber (onzimbogo).

Baskets and mats are woven by women from the unopened fan-like leaves of young omulunga (makalani) trees. The leaves are separated into thin strands and to make the baskets more attractive some strips are dyed by boiling them. Dye is made from the bark, leaves or berries of a variety of trees including the root of the bird plum which gives it a reddish color and the gwarrie (Euclea divinorum) which produces a dark red color.

For Ras Sheehama's 50th birthday, numerous artists are coming to the warehouse tomorrow. (Photo: Warehouse)

Caption 1: On July 21, the play “Oh Ballade!” Premiered at the German Higher Private School Windhoek (DHPS). The students convinced not only with the texts, but also with dance and musical interludes. Photos: DHPS

The young actors and their supervisors also put a lot of effort into the set design and costumes.

Thematically it was about well-known German and African ballads, which the students put in a modern context. Their creativity was rewarded with a lot of applause.