2019 dates: September 16-22.
- Are there livestreaming and recorded videos from events?
- How is Namibia celebrating the International year of Indigenous Languages?
- What would Namibians like visitors to know about the country?
Namibian Heritage Week encourages all Namibians to celebrate and commit themselves to protect the country’s natural and cultural resources. As an umbrella organisation for museums country wide, the Museums Association of Namibia (MAN) facilitates regional activities through its members during this week.
In 2019 the theme for Heritage Week is “Namibiab |ō|gauba Sao” which means “Follow the Namibian Beat” in KhoeKhoegowab. The Heritage Week Team decided that each year the theme for heritage week will use a local Indigenous language to promoting pride in cultural diversity.
Museums Association of Namibia
The Museums Association of Namibia (MAN) – museums.com.na – is an umbrella organisation that represents all Namibian museums. As a representative body it supports museums in various ways such as in the field of training, funding and the networking of professionals.
The Association was established in June 1990 at the very first annual general meeting held in Swakopmund hosted by the Swakopmund Museum.
— Scientific Society Swakopmund (@samcohenlibrary) August 23, 2019
Here’s what’s happening near you for Namibian Heritage Week 2019! Take a look at our social media(Facebook , Instagram and Twitter) pages to see the rest of the events! #namibianheritageweek pic.twitter.com/ftYZFBxtT8
— Namibian Heritage Week (@NamHeritageWeek) September 10, 2019
Buruga or wonderful to see that the theme for @NamHeritageWeek IS in one of #Namibia but also Southern Africa's First and OLDEST languages, KHOEKHOE.@TheNamibian@Iziko_Museums @amazwi_museum @ArtsCultureSA @_ELProject @SABookFair @mailandguardian @MuseumsANamibia pic.twitter.com/1xertIvHWT
— SADA ǁAEB GE (@ToroxaD) September 10, 2019
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