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Ondonga mess has festered too long

22 hours ago | Columns

The Ondonga succession issue has been a hot potato for years and there have been lingering fears that the considerable infighting could lead to dangerous consequences.The widely publicised and embarrassing shenanigans within the Ondonga Traditional...

Corruption - A social disease (Part 143): What Namibian...

22 hours ago | Columns

Johan Coetzee - “Today, leadership behaviour has a greater impact than it did in the years past. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, one person’s actions can affect millions – even billions – of lives”...

Own your brand

22 hours ago | Columns

What are you willing to do for your brand? As a creative; what does your brand mean for you? There are so many people in this space that don’t seem to know what they are...

Preying on the vulnerable

1 day - 16 August 2018 | Columns

An ongoing sex-trafficking trial in the Windhoek High Court is lifting the veil on how young women, trapped in the cycle of poverty, are being exploited.The evidence so far suggests that a young woman was...

Dungeons boil must be fully lanced

2 days ago - 15 August 2018 | Columns

One can only fathom what immense courage it must have taken for Oiva Angula to pen his harrowing account of the Lubango dungeons, which remain a puss-filled and largely unlanced boil in the country’s history.Angula’s...

Take your time

3 days ago - 14 August 2018 | Columns

Justicia Shipena Recently everyone has been overly-interested in my dating life. Nowadays it seems not even one conversation can go by without them asking...

Take your time

3 days ago - 14 August 2018 | Columns

Justicia ShipenaRecently everyone has been overly-interested in my dating life. Nowadays it seems not even one conversation can go by without them asking if I'm...

Last kick of a dying horse

3 days ago - 14 August 2018 | Columns

The Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) has been rocked by mass resignations including that of one of its founders Jeremiah Nambinga. In fact, Nambinga...

SOE infighting

1 week ago - 10 August 2018 | Columns

It is no secret the Namibian economy is in trouble and that state-owned enterprises (SOEs) over the years have gobbled up millions in taxpayer money...

Find your love of art

1 week ago - 10 August 2018 | Columns

I was one of the many uninformed people when it came to local arts and thought that we don't have talented artists in Namibia at...

Who is fooling who?

1 week ago - 09 August 2018 | Columns

Just recently agriculture minister Alpheus !Naruseb expressed disappointment with the low market share of local grown agricultural produce. Like many ministers before him, !Naruseb couldn't...

Let us share the land

1 week ago - 08 August 2018 | Columns

The Namibia Agricultural Union (NAU) is to a certain extent implying that the willing-seller, willing-buyer land reform principle has not failed. At the weekend, the...

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Men must come to the...

1 week ago - 07 August 2018 | Columns

A comprehensive survey on the status of the HIV epidemic in Namibia has shed light on the remarkable progress in the country's efforts to achieve...

Your comment surprised us

1 week ago - 06 August 2018 | Columns

Mr President, you say that one Namibian that goes to bed hungry is one too many. We applaud you for that and further, we applaud...

Land issue needs leadership

2 weeks ago - 02 August 2018 | Columns

Despite renewed calls for land reform, the Namibian government and ruling party have failed to put the issue on the state agenda. The indecisiveness by...

Protect and serve

2 weeks ago - 01 August 2018 | Columns

It was with a certain sense of outrage that the nation received the news that four police officers have been arrested for allegedly beating up...

We can all search for...

2 weeks ago - 31 July 2018 | Columns

Justicia ShipenaServing on different titles to different people and having to socialise with different people from various backgrounds has taught me one thing - it...

Zim: Respect the will of...

2 weeks ago - 31 July 2018 | Columns

Millions of Zimbabweans yesterday exercised their democratic right by taking part in a historic general election, which according to polls was too close to predict....

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