Omurari



Otjiherero Service (Omurari) of the NBC was among the first indigenous Service to broadcast on their Mother vernaculars in Namibia.
It’s first broadcast on the 1 December 1969 and was part of South African Broadcasting Corporation, SABC.
The Service then joined the South West Africa Broadcasting Corporation SWABC in 1980 and upon the attainment of Independence in 1990 the station was among those radio stations that transformed to the Namibia Broadcasting Corporation, nbc under the guidance of an independent Board of the NBC.
The Station serves all Namibian Communities under the Otjiherero as a language in all corners of the country and abroad with quality programs on FM.
Our Vision is to grow into a dynamic audience focused on and programs – led Public Radio Service which is professional, efficient and cost-effective in accordance with Namibia’s political objectives and sound business principles and to grow into being the leader in the Otjiherero Broadcasting market.
Our Mission is to act responsibly and to inspire a growing nation.
Radio Otjiherero affectionately known as Omurari prides itself with 12 permanent staff, three freelancers and two regional correspondences based in Kunene/Otjizondjupa, Erongo and Omaheke.
The Radio is live from 05H00 in the morning till 24HOO, bringing its listeners a variety of interesting programmes.