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It was with our deepest sorrow that we announced the death of Dr Jeremy Gale Silvester, much loved and respected Director of the Museums Association of Namibia (MAN), historian, freedom fighter, revolutionary and mentor who passed away on 05 July 2021.

Jeremy was passionate about his work in Namibia and his contribution to Namibian History, Museums, and the Heritage, Arts, and Culture sector will be impactful for generations! Jeremy dedicated his life to Making Museums Matter!

For this reason, we are dedicating the next Museum Matters (the Bi-annual Newsletter for the Museums Association of Namibia) to celebrating Jeremy’s life, work and passion. The newsletter will be a bumper edition (as we did not publish one in July) and will be titled “Museum Matters – The Jeremy Edition”. The newsletter will be published on the 22 December 2021, which would have been Jeremy’s 59th Birthday.


Call for Submissions

ORDINARY ARTICLES: As is custom, the Museums Association of Namibia would like to request you to submit an article of 300-500 words about your museum or your experiences in the museum, heritage, arts and culture sector for the next edition of Museum Matters, issue 35.

TRIBUTES FOR JEREMY: If you would like to submit a special tribute for Jeremy, you can do so in the form of an article of 300-500 words and or a photograph with a detailed caption.

NB: (Please note that submissions that exceed the word limit will not be considered.) If possible, kindly submit images to go along with your article of minimum 1MB per image.

Deadline for submissions: 30 November 2021 at midnight.

All submissions to be made to  and please copy in   for attention Ndapewoshali.

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Thursday, 19 May 2022

Recommended Museum

 Windhoek City Museum

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The Windhoek City Museum will introduce you to some of the places, stories and memories that give our city its unique identity. Our museum is not only a `Knowledge Bank’; it also encourages visitors to give their input and views on issues that concern us all as residents of the city. Our museum is, therefore, also a forum where people can share their different views and, perhaps, play a role in shaping the future of Namibia’s capital city. After walking around our museum we hope that you will take time to relax with a cold drink at the Jazz Café, our secret diamond hidden at the back of the building.

The museum contains six galleries with permanent displays and one gallery that is used for temporary exhibitions.
Opening Hours: 08h00-16h00 Monday to Friday


Curator: Aaron Haufiku Nambadi

Tel: 061 290 2502/3450
Cell: 081234 00 34
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/cowmunicipality
Instagram: @cowmunicipality
Twitter: @cowmunicipality
Website: http://www.cityofwindhoek.org.na/


Street Address: C/o Robert Mugabe Avenue and Schweringsburg street, Windhoek, Namibia




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