On Wednesday, 15 August, the Deputy Minister of MET Ms Bernadette Jagger, Director of Scientific Services Ms Elly Hamunyela and Deputy Director of Parks and Wildlife Mr Johnson Ndokosho took time out of their busy schedules to meet with Mr Volker Grellman, owner of ERPHAN (Eagle Rock Professional Hunting Academy Namibia) and NAPHA representatives to address the Hunting Guide Course students at Etango Ranch, currently enrolled for the PDN (Previously Disadvantaged Namibians) course. The students listened attentively, whilst the Deputy Minister made it clear that they should use this opportunity to the best of their abilities and hard work will be followed by success.
The PDN Hunting Guide Course takes place annually at Etango Ranch. Mr Grellmann and NAPHA CEO Tanja Dahl wanted to use this opportunity to welcome the new Deputy Minister and introduce her to this well-established education program.
Pictured from left to right: Tanja Dahl (NAPHA CEO), Bernadette Jagger (MET Deputy Minister), Volker Grellmann (ERPHAN), Elly Hamunyela (Director: Scientific Services), Nicole Schwandt (NAPHA) and Johnson Ndokosho (Deputy Director: Parks and Wildlife).