Invitation to media leaders
Rhodes University’s Sol Plaatje Institute (SPI) for Media Leadership invites women media leaders from Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), who wish to study media management and leadership at the SPI in 2012, to apply for postgraduate scholarships
Press release from SA San Council
This press release follows an important announcement about the plant Sceletium at !Khwa ttu, Western Cape, SA
KPN Runner up in prestigious award
Results: Telkom – Highway Africa New Media Awards 2010, in Association with the Open Society Institute for West Africa. (Delay in posting results due to E Coast cable break and Internet delays)
San reactions to the news that KPN is a finalist
News that KPN is a finalist in the Telkom-Highway Africa New Media awards met with warm approval by members of the Nyae Nyae Conservancy, meeting in Windhoek yesterday.
KPN a finalist in Highway Africa Award
KPN is a finalist in the NGO category of the Telkom-Highway Africa New Media Award. An announcement about the award will be made in Grahamstown, South Africa on 4th July 2010.
We need help to find or buy 5 computers!
KPN are looking for five computers – ideally exactly the same – for our trainee editors and contributors. Alternatively, we can buy what we need for the amount of R20 000. Read about the KPN Winter Workshops below for more details!
Help where help is needed
N/a’an ku sê Lodge near Windhoek addresses the needs of some of its neighbours
Heritage Day in South Africa
An appropriate moment, perhaps, to record the 150th item to be posted on this network!
!Khwa ttu at the Tourism Indaba
André Vaalbooi and CEO Michael Daiber attended the international travel fair in Durban earlier this year. The fair is one of the most important tourism trade events in the world.
New additions to Tsumkwe Centre
The Texas Chapter of the Explorers Club has recently donated funds to construct a seminar room onto the The Captain Kxao Kxami Community Learning and Development Centre (CLDC) in Tsumkwe.
Captain Kxao Kxami Community Centre, Tsumkwe
The Captain Kxao Kxami Community Learning and Development Centre (CLDC) is a body under the Ministry of Education and was established with the support of the Namibia Association of Norway (NAMAS). The centre’s objective is to promote life long learning.
Book Donation to Platfontein School
Books that were kindly donated to !Xunkhwesa Gekombineerde Skool (!Xun and Khwe Combined School), in Platfontein were handed over to the principal and teacher of Grade 4 and 5 learners recently.
Book Donation from Texas
Just the kind of books we need! Beautifully illustrated National Geographic reference books wing their way to the Kalahari.
Putting their money where their hearts are
The Redbush Tea Company, the successful British marketers of the traditional southern African herbal tea, continue to contribute to organizations supporting San initiatives. Marketing Manager, Marie Heyes, recently visited Botswana to check on progress.
The first internship for San guide from !Khwa tt
After the first three months of his internship at the private game reserve and country lodge Clara Anna Fontein, Roman Ndeja returns for a few days to !Khwa ttu.
Attention possible funders!
It was a historic moment when the very first community posting was received by this website at its official launch in Tsumkwe when a member of the board of the Nyae Nyae Conservancy officially handed over a request for funding.
Conference on Education in Melbourne
The World Indigenous Peoples Conference: Education (WIPC:E) is a triennial international conference that attracts peoples from around the globe to focus on Indigenous education. The purpose of WIPC:E is to provide a forum to share experiences and to promote best practice in Indigenous education policies and programs.
Tsumkwe Cultural Workshop
A workshop was held in Tsumkwe recently to celebrate, develop and enrich the cultural knowledge of San people from different countries.