• December 3rd, 2020



Fostering media partnerships post-Covid-19

The world commemorates World Press Freedom Day on 3 May every year, a day dedicated to raising awareness on the importance of freedom of the press (or the media). If there was ever time in modern day during which we all relied almost entirely on the press (or media), that time would be now. 


Steenkamp reaches out to Omaheke teachers

GOBABIS – Education ministry executive director Sanet Steenkamp has called on teachers in Omaheke region to invest their time in programmes that facilitate and impact learning, including teacher knowledge, skills, attitudes and the alignment of teaching methods.

Leonardville records successful fish harvest

LEONARDVILLE - Omaheke is renowned for cattle farming but the fishing sector is slowly making significant strides, and its presence in the cattle territory is being felt as could be manifested by last week’s fish harvest in Leonardville, where the region’s only fish farm is situated. 


Omaheke, Ghanzi councils renew MoU 

CHARLES HILL – The Omaheke Regional Council and Botswana’s Ghanzi District Council last week renewed their memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at exchanging experiences and skills in matters related to social, economic and physical development.


From the town hall: Omaheke engages Geingob in lively interaction

Residents of Omaheke Region last week Thursday flocked to the Ben Van Der Walt Primary School hall in Gobabis to engage with President Hage Geingob on issues affecting them and their communities. The President is on a series of such meetings, with each region to interact with him. Journalist Kuzeeko Tjitemisa captured some of the interactions as follows: