Zanele Hartmann and Sharon Gabie

Storytelling serves as a means of recording and expressing feelings, perspectives, and responses of ones’ lived experiences and environment (Tuwe, 2016). The spoken word has served as a significant avenue for self-awareness, fostering connections, and maintaining a balance among the physical, emotional, and environmental aspects of existence. Njogu (2009) states that, “...story telling occupies a natural role in many African cultures, it has the potential of functioning as a key strategy for promotion of health and well-being”. 
Posted: 20/04/2024 12:42:53 | with 0 comments

Jessica Leigh Thornton

Tucked away on the windswept southernmost Coast of Namibia, Lüderitz stands as a testament to resilience and cultural richness where German colonialism contributed vastly more exports and imports than was officially acknowledged (Press, 2021). 
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Jessica Leigh Thornton

Along Namibia’s Atlantic coast, lies a town of purple hues and culinary delights. Swakopmund links travel routes north to Etosha, east to Windhoek and south to Sossusvlei, providing a cool escape and respite from the harsh Namibian desert landscape (Wetu, 2023). With its array of tourist attractions and desert activities, two culinary traditions have captured the hearts and taste buds of locals and visitors alike.

Posted: 20/04/2024 12:36:46 | with 0 comments