Bush Telegraph Namibia

Media office in Windhoek

Welcome to Bush Telegraph Namibia

Our media office in Windhoek specialised in marketing and public relations for tourism companies,
but also provides in-depth reports on topics of tourism, nature, people and history in Namibia,
as well as on key issues such as land reform or genocide during the colonial era.

Blog

Here you will find a selection of articles that Bush Telegraph Namibia created for Marketing & PR customers,
published in other media or compiled specifically for this blog.

Headlines of the week

Headlines – 3 to 7 December

+++ 7/12 – International Monetary Fund sees biggest risks to Namibia's creditworthiness in debts of state-owned enterprises and municipalities +++ 7/12 – Namibia Airports Company must submit an action plan by March to improve safety at the International Airport near...

Articles Marketing & PR

Ghaub helps museum

Ever won a lodge in the lottery? Or got one as a birthday present? An 83-year-old lady from Grootfontein can answer both questions in the affirmative: In the lottery of the Alte Fort museum, she won a stay at Ghaub and intends to give it to herself for her 84th...

Articles Media

Tourist survives leopard attack

In the Kuiseb Canyon near the gravel road from Windhoek to Walvis Bay, a German motorhome traveler was attacked by a leopard at night. At the beginning of April, Hardy Specker (61) and his wife Petra Windmeisser (60) parked their camper van near the Kuiseb Bridge to...

Articles Bush Telegraph

Hot debate about lions in the Erongo mountains

The Ministry of Environment and Tourism releases lions in the Erongo Mountain Rhino Sanctury (EMRS), which have killed dozens of sheep and goats of small farmers in the Kunene region. But in the Erongo mountains, protests raise, too. A media release of Bush Telegraph,...