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Robbie, what a guy!

3 days ago - 21 July 2017 | Columns

Namibians yesterday woke up to the unfortunate news that the Brave Warriors superfan Robbie Savage has died a few months after suffering a mild stroke. As expected there has been an outpouring of tributes, especially...

The emotive land issue

3 days ago - 21 July 2017 | Columns

By: Dr E.N. TjiriangeI paged though one of the local newspapers and read an article in which it is said that 65 000 hectares of private game reserve is being intended to be sold on...

How not to do public speaking

3 days ago - 21 July 2017 | Columns

If there is one thing Namibians like doing more than any other thing, it is talking and yapping the night away as if their lives depended on it. It does not really matter what you...

Let's have limits

3 days ago - 21 July 2017 | Columns

Have you ever thought to yourself that right now you, as a young adult, has responsibilities? Has it ever crossed your mind that what you do has consequences? I have all these questions because I...

Auntie Nangy

3 days ago - 21 July 2017 | Columns

I have never reached a climax Dear Auntie Nangy, I am 18 years old and had sex five times but still, I have not reached an orgasm. My dear, I don't know where...

Shot of the day

5 days ago - 19 July 2017 | Columns

WHICH WAY IS UP: South Korea's Kim Yeongnam and South Korea's Woo Haram compete in the Men's three-metre synchro springboard final during the diving competition...

Cooler heads prevail

5 days ago - 19 July 2017 | Columns

It is good to see the Ministry of Land Reform and various stakeholders holding meetings in a spirit of fraternal cooperation and mutual understanding ahead...

Trying to save a buck

1 week ago - 11 July 2017 | Columns

I have read almost every article on the internet that tells you how you can go about saving your money. I know the ABCs of...

Bank Windhoek, proudly Namibian

1 week ago - 11 July 2017 | Columns

Newsprint Namibia, previously John Meinert Newsprint, was the first pioneering newspaper printing company in Namibia. Newsprint Namibia printed its very first newspaper, Der Kriegsbote, in...

The death of the craft of writing

2 weeks ago - 07 July 2017 | Columns

Oh how the art of writing has changed. Gone are the days when people used to write love letters to each other to express their...

The numbers game

2 weeks ago - 07 July 2017 | Columns

There have been a few developments that I have been questioning regarding a few Namibian music platforms. There are a few discrepancies that I would...

A female presidency in Namibia: Analysing the narratives

2 weeks ago - 04 July 2017 | Columns

By: Dylan MukoroliIt is quite evident that a women presidency fever has emerged and now has a tight grip over the political scene in South...

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Contextualising Namibia's development and economic...

2 weeks ago - 04 July 2017 | Columns

By: Pendapala M. TaapopiAfrica is saddled and bridled in multifold crises of development, with implications threatening not only the welfare and existence of the broader...

Breaking the barriers

2 weeks ago - 04 July 2017 | Columns

For many young African people there are a number subjects considered a taboo to talk about especially with parents or elderly people. Some of these...

Julius Goagoseb: Senior Electrical Technician...

2 weeks ago - 04 July 2017 | Columns

Electrical technicians install, repair, and maintain electrical equipment. The main job of a Senior Electrical Technician is to make sure that all the machines in...

Bradley Losper: Senior Fitter...

2 weeks ago - 04 July 2017 | Columns

Bradley Losper works as a Senior Technician at Newsprint Namibia and basically fulfils the role of a Fitter and Turner. Fitter and Turners manufacture,...

Eileen Gouws: Safety, Health and...

2 weeks ago - 04 July 2017 | Columns

Environmental, Health and Safety (SHE) officers are responsible for all aspects of an organisations compliance with occupational and environmental laws and regulations. They handle any...

Protect your interests

3 weeks ago - 30 June 2017 | Columns

Local musician Frederick Shitana, popularly known as Lt Shitana, was recently arrested for police impersonation, extortion and theft. His arrest was the talk of the...

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