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Promote your albums

3 days ago - 19 May 2017 | Columns

Some Namibian artists need to stop with the culture of releasing an album and not promoting it properly. You find artists who release a 12-track album and only promote three songs, shooting only one music...

Auntie Nangy

3 days ago - 19 May 2017 | Columns

Can I get pregnant from anal sex?Dear Auntie Nangy, is it possible to have sexual intercourse using your anus? Will you get pregnant?Yes it is possible to use the anus or ass to have sex...

Namibia is failing its people

6 days ago - 16 May 2017 | Columns

After 27 years of independence, the demographics in economic wealth distribution simply do not adequately reflect the ideals for which our forefathers fought. These demographics remain unacceptably skewed, with the economy being controlled by the...

Pre- and post-independence trade unionism

6 days ago - 16 May 2017 | Columns

The approach of Namibian Football Players Union (NAFPU) to serve their members and represent all football players' pleas to the Namibian Football Association (NFA) is an example of what an ideal trade union should be....

Fair resource allocation: A recipe for a strong Namibian...

6 days ago - 16 May 2017 | Columns

Recently, the Municipality of Walvis Bay ordered police officers to remove shacks of people in Walvis Bay whom they claimed occupied plots illegally. This comes after the City of Windhoek took a similar approach late...

The art of education

6 days ago - 16 May 2017 | Columns

Education in arts is an integral part of any person's learning process. Many have studied in the area of art throughout the history of mankind....

Auntie Nangy

1 week ago - 12 May 2017 | Columns

Bring back cell palsWe need cell pals please Auntie Nangy. Bring them back soon.Dear Reader, Auntie Nangy stopped cell pals to protect readers who were...

Putting a litmus test on African leadership

1 week ago - 09 May 2017 | Columns

On Sunday, 7 May, the French redrew the political landscape in one of the world’s top economies. Voting in 39-year-old Emmanuel Macron with no strong...

Can we find answers to perplexing questions?

1 week ago - 09 May 2017 | Columns

By: Lusianu DanielWhere do we come from? Why are we on Mother Earth? Where do we go when we are declared dead? Certainly, these three...

Are our African leaders sleeping on the job?

1 week ago - 09 May 2017 | Columns

By: Jeisn S AshimbangaA lot of civilians and researches could testify that people hardly sleep when they are busy, doing something for themselves or others....

Seek the necessary help

1 week ago - 09 May 2017 | Columns

A lot of young people are battling a host of social problems and are either too shy or too ashamed to talk to someone about...

I am tired

2 weeks ago - 08 May 2017 | Columns

The controversy surrounding our football has me feeling like a lost navy seal in a war that is violent and seems never-ending.It is very disturbing...

Columns

Leave toxic relationships

3 weeks ago - 28 April 2017 | Columns

Sometimes ladies put up with a lot of things. We are strong, beautiful and very caring. But at times we should not allow things to...

‘I think (others cannot think)...

3 weeks ago - 25 April 2017 | Columns

There is a discourse that has occupied Afrocentric scholars for a while now. It is a discourse of decoloniality. This discourse is very expensive in...

Revamping methods for development

3 weeks ago - 25 April 2017 | Columns

By: Nghili Sakaria KaukunguaThe skillful guidance of conducting the profile of townships that can cater to the needs of modern society and the future generation...

Emotional intelligence in combating GBV

3 weeks ago - 25 April 2017 | Columns

By: Patience MasuaAn often neglected issue when addressing gender-based violence (GBV), especially within the Namibian context, is emotional intelligence. It is important to understand the...

Shot of the day

3 weeks ago - 25 April 2017 | Columns

RIOTS CONTINUE: A woman looks from a window as demonstrators shout during a protest against the result of the nationwide referendum that will hugely enhance...

The ministry is guilty indeed

3 weeks ago - 25 April 2017 | Columns

Outrageous and emotionally violent to the learners, parents and guardians, was the abrupt closure of schools by the ministry of education last past week. It...

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