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Play: Die Judenbank

11 & 12 March: 15:00 / 19:30

Venue: NPS Kulturaula Swakopmund

Theatre Play ‘Die Judenbank’ by Reinhold Massag (in German) – presented by the Swakopmund Arts Association – Tickets: N$ 80,- (pre-sale ‘Die Muschel’)


Short film: Soiree Allemande

17 March: 19:15

Venue: Goethe-Centre Windhoek

German Short Films (‘Soirée Allemande’) – presented by the Goethe-Centre

Admission: Free


DAAD Namibia Alumni Meeting

19 & 20 March: All day

Venue: NGCL-Polytechnic / Goethe-Centre Windhoek

‘Higher Education and Employability. A Namibian-German Perspective.’ – organised by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) – Prior registration necessary


Presentation: 25 Years of German-Namibian Cooperation

20 March: 12:00 – 18:00

Venue: Goethe-Centre Windhoek

’25 Years of German-Namibian Cooperation‘ Presentation of all German or German-financed organisations and institutions, includes live music, trial courses and fun activities for kids. Followed by a Panel Discussion ’Rethinking Namibian-German Relations‘ with Professor Joseph Diescho and other participants. All events are entrance free. Refreshments available at Goethe Café. available


 Public Lecture: What Does Namibia Expect From New Members of Parliament

24 March: 17:30

Venue: NamPower Convention Centre Windhoek

Public Lecture with Professor Joseph Diescho ‘What does Namibia expect from our new Members of Parliament?‘ – presented by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. Admission: free.


 World Premiere: Dwaal Net Rond – The Forgotten

25 March: 18:30

Venue: Government Office Park Windhoek

World Premiere of the Documentary Film ‘Dwaal Net Rond – The Forgotten’ by Thorsten Schütte – presented by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and Bread for the World. Admission: free.


 Sculpture Exhibition

25 March: 19:15

Venue: Goethe-Centre Windhoek

Opening of the ‘Sculpture Exhibition’ by Alpheus Mvula (exhibition ends 25 April 2015) – presented by the Goethe-Centre – Admission free.


 Launch: Groundwater Vulnerability & Risk Map

25 – 26 March: All day

Venue: Divundu Kavango East Region

Launch of Namibia’s first ‘Groundwater Vulnerability and Risk Map for the Cuvelai Etosha Basin‘ – organised by the Federal Institute for Geoscience and Natural Resources (BGR) in the framework of the Namibian commemoration of the World Water Day– Admission free.


 Presentation: Energy Security for Southern african Countries

26 March: 11:30 – 12:30

Venue: NICE Restaurant Windhoek

Presentation of the new book ‘Energy Security for the Southern African Countries’ edited by Professor Oliver Ruppel – presented by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation – Admission free.


 Word & Music Festival

26 March: 19:00

Venue: Warehouse Theatre Windhoek

Word and Music Festival (Formula Band and more) – presented by the UNAM German Section, German Embassy and Gesellschaft für Deutsche Sprache – Tickets: N$ 20,- adults / Admission free for students (at the door).


 Crazy Concert With Pianotainment

27 March: 20:00

Venue: NTN Windhoek

Crazy Concert with Pianotainment- presented by the German Embassy – Tickets: N$ 80,- adults / N$ 40,- children (via Computicket).


29 March: 19:00

Venue: NPS Kulturaula Swakopmund

Crazy Concert with Pianotainment® – presented by the Swakopmund Arts Association and the German Embassy – Tickets: N$ 80,- (pre-sale ‘Die Muschel’)


 Reading: Der Lange Schatten

30 March: 19:15

Venue: Goethe-Centre Windhoek

Bernhard Jaumann reads ‘Der lange Schatten‘ (in German) – presented by the Goethe-Centre – Admission free.


 Conference: History & Identity

30 March – 1 April: All day

Venue: UNAM Windhoek

27th Conference of the ASSOCIATION FOR GERMAN STUDIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA (SAGV) – ‘History and Identity’ Culture of Remembrance – organised by the UNAM German Section – Registration necessary.


 Presentation: German Missionaries & Their Influence on Namibia

31 March: 18:30

Venue: Christuskirche Windhoek

German Missionaries and their influence on Namibia – a personal experience and view by Bishop em. Zephania Kameeta (ELCRN) – followed by a discussion – presented by Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Namibia (GELC) – Admission free.

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