The weaverbird is a beautiful bird. Building and weaving hanging baskets for a new house in the sun. The weaverbird has entered the publishing world and is now expanding its activities. The building site can be found in Namibia.
It is a long way from Namibia to the town of Frankfurt in Germany. A very important book fair will be held in this town. Bryony van der Merwe from Wordweaver Publishing House has been invited to this Book Fair. Read more about this event.
I do not often have an article on books relating to Namibia. This week is quite an improvement. Earlier this week I reviewed a book on Himba “used” for a realityshow and this research was done from an anthropological point of view. Now I have some news on the publishing world in Nambia (yes, there … Continue reading a fresh start for the wordweaver
To many it is something long forgotten, but the country of Germany did have colonies in Africa. One of those places was the present-day Namibia. The remnants of those occupying days are still visible in Namibia. In the year 1904 there was an uprising from the Herero against the Germans. The Herero were led by … Continue reading wordweaver launch ‘mama namibia’