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.


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.

Namibia – News

Recovered tested positive again

COVID-19 Cases in Namibia # IDENTIFIED INFECTED: 19 # ACTIVE: 5 # DECEASED: 0 # RECOVERED: 14 # NEW: 1 A COVID-19-patient in Namibia who was classified as recovered two days ago, is infected again. Health and Social Services Minister Kalumbi Shangula announced today...

Articles Marketing & PR

Meandering through the “triangle of experiences”

Meandering through the “triangle of experiences”

Everyone has probably heard about Hoba Meteorite, Ghaub cave or Ombili San Foundation, not to mention Lake Otjikoto, the museums in Tsumeb and Grootfontein and the Living Museum of the Ju/'Hoansi. But who knows the Maria Bronn mission station? The winery Thonningii?...

Namibia – Travel & Tourism

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

Wild horses fight for survival

Wild horses fight for survival

The situation of the wild horses in the southern Namib desert near Aus is becoming increasingly critical. As the Namibia Wild Horses Foundation announced in mid-November, the urgently needed winter rains in the area did not materialise. Man helps in a threefold way –...