Two families of 79 San people at Eenhana in the Ohangwena region say they are surviving on a dumpsite.
Every morning and every afternoon they go to the local dumpsite to look for food. Ten other families at Opalasha informal settlement at Eenhana survive in the same way. “This is what we eat every day,” says Nangula Haihambo, a mother of five.
We spoke to Rosa Namises on her view toward the Poverty Eradication minister Doreen Sioka.