The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation is the public broadcaster of Namibia. It was established in 1979, under the name South West African Broadcasting Corporation. Radio was originally broadcast in English and Afrikaans via shortwave from the South African Broadcasting Corporation's facilities in South Africa. The SABC introduced FM services in November 1969, relaying Radio South Africa, Radio Suid-Afrika and Springbok Radio, and establishing a number of services in native languages, including Radio Ovambo, broadcasting in the Kwanyama and Ndonga languages, Radio Herero and Radio Damara Nama. The introduction of Radio Kavango along the northeastern border with Angola followed in February 1976 in the Kwangali, Mbukushu and Gciriku languages.