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TBN Namibia Back on the Air

On Friday 13 December 2013, TBN Namibia was forced to switch its signal off and stop transmitting via satellite due to lack of funds to pay the satellite feed. Viewers sent SMS and emails “crying” for the signal to come back on and those that could afford it gave extra donations. The extra donations were not able to pay the outstanding bills but did provide for new equipment to get the signal from the TBN offices to the NBC uplink centre which arrived and was installed.   

On Monday 13 January 2014 the TBN Namibia signal was back on the air, however, ONLY on the NBC decoder platform. That means if you have a TV licence you can purchase a NBC decoder, otherwise you have to take out a new licence so that you can buy the NBC decoder. TV Licences are available via NBC and Nampost while the NBC decoder is obtainable through NBC offices and Mobipay outlets. Soon they will also be available at Nampost. The decoder costs N$ 199.00. If you have the NBC decoder you can watch us in; Windhoek, Rehoboth, Okahandja, Walvis Bay, Swakopmund and Oshakati area. The NBC decoder has currently 6 channels; NBC 1, NBC 2, NBC 3, TBN Namibia, One Africa and an advert channel of GoTV.   

However, on 21 February 2014 the TBN signal came back on again as usual in Windhoek, Rehoboth and Okahandja. We are trusting God for the breakthrough of getting the signal back on the rest of the country as usual. this is a short video showing us coming back on the air in Whk. 



Breaking News was shared with the viewers and partners of TBN recently and in response to that news several people had many questions. Pastor HB Goroh approached Edna Botha to interview her, asking some of the questions viewers might have in order for them to understand the situation around the notice to shut down. This interview was around 45 minutes and is found in 4 parts.





The TBN Namibia signal is a terrestrial signal. That means you cannot pick up the TBN Namibia signal with DSTV, you need a normal antenna or “bunny ears” to receive the TBN Namibia signal.

This is what you should do:

  • You need to look at the table below to know which type of antennae you need (VHF or UHF)

  • Then the table below indicates where in a town the TBN Namibia signal is transmitted from so that you can install your antenna facing that direction.

  • Then you select a channel on your TV that is not used and search for the TBN signal according to the channel or frequency information below, depending on the type of TV you have.

Gobabis water tower VHF 199.25 7 100
Grootfontein water tower VHF 246.20 13 150
Keetmanshoop Municipal tower VHF 215.00 9 100
Luderitz water Reservoir UHF 663.25 45 20
Oshakati Tower NBC (also
covers Ongwediva & Ondangwa)
VHF 191.25 6 1000
Otjiwarongo water tower VHF 246.00 13 100
Rundu Noordgrens School VHF 246.20 13 150
Swakopmund Tamariskia Telecom Tower VHF 206.00 8 250
Tsumeb Mine tower UHF 486.0 23 4
Walvis Bay Telecom tower VHF 206.0 8 200
Windhoek Gross Herzog SATCOM Site (Also covers Okahandja & Rehoboth UHF 266.0 40 1200

Previous Issues:

For your convenience we have placed links on the right hand side of this page to all previous issues of our newsletter.  We have also changed the format a bit, and made the pages printer friendly. 

TBN Nuus:

Ons nuwe toerusting het ge-arriveer en die installasie en toets fases het uitstekend afgeloop.  Voortaan sal ons ook in die volgende areas te sien wees                                                  Lees Verder . . .

Our Tithe Prayer

We received a few phone calls requesting a copy of the prayer I always pray when I commit my Tithes to the Lord, as shared with you on our programme: God, Money and You! You can download a copy by simply clicking HERE and you will have it in MS Word on your computer.


Ons Bank Besonderhede:
Rekening Naam: TBN
Bank: Bank Windhoek
Tak: Swakopmund
Takkode: 481-772
Bankrekening Nommer: 8000 152 622
Ouditeure: KPMG Walvisbaai