Programme: 18-19 September 2017

A draft programme will be available once registrations have closed (4 August 2017).
Each session will be 30 minutes long: 20 minutes for presentation, 10 minutes for Q&A.

Monday 18 September: Symposium sessions 09:00-17:00
Tuesday 19 September: Symposium sessions 09:00-17:00
Tuesday 19 September: Gala dinner 18:00 for 18:30
Wednesday 20 September: Cultural tour 09:00-17:00

Gala dinner: 19 September 2017

The conference dinner will be hosted at The Stellenbosch Wine Bar and Bistro, situated at 320 Sam Nujoma Drive, Bougain Villas, Windhoek. Limited wine will be provided and a cash bar will be available.
The dinner is included in the registration fee.

Cultural tour: 20 September 2017

The tour is NOT included in the registration fee. Indicate your interest in attending the tour on the registration form.
Fee: R 1 720
Includes transport, guide, water, and refreshments (including lunch)
Hosted by: Chameleon Safaris Namibia

Morning: visit to the N/a’ankuse Wildlife Sanctuary
Lunch included (excluding alcohol)

At the local San village you can experience a variety of San activities such as tracking in the veldt (bush), fire making traditional San fire sticks, craft making and hunting in the traditional San way. These traditional skills are passed down from generation to generation and the San people take it in turns to come into the area from as far as the Tsumkwe region where they spend up to 3 weeks sharing their skills with visitors to Namibia. This is an excellent way for the San to preserve their knowledge and to earn a living through tourism. From there you will head through to the N/a’ankuse Lodge where you can enjoy lunch in the lodge and the chance to relax for a bit by the pool.

Afternoon: City & Township tour
This three-hour tour will give you a stunning view over Windhoek from the famous Lover’s Hill while you get to know the comprehensive history of Windhoek and Namibia from colonial era to modern day.
This tour is mostly driven and does not require vigorous walking.

NB: Remember a hat and sunscreen

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