Charles Tjatindi is a journalist based in Windhoek, Namibia. I have a deep passion for community reporting, with a strong focus on developmental journalism. I also write a lot on another greater passion of mine - agriculture.
Story focuses on the difficulties of farming in a remote setting, where water and grazing is limited. It highlights the devastating effects of drought, a frequent natural phenomenon in Namibia, on its people.
An analytical story on the lives of a small village in eastern Namibia, after the closure of an abbatoir there, which was the main form of employment for the entire population of about 5 000 people.
A feature story, written after a trip to a remote school deep in Namibia's Omaheke Region. It paints a poignant picture of living conditions at the school, at the time.
This is a feature story depicting the creativity of people of Gobabis, a small eastern Namibian town, in making a living for themselves. They survive from the streets...cutting grass and making hay while the sun shines!