Columns

Being comfortably uncomfortable

2 days ago - 04 August 2020 | Columns

Elizabeth JosephInasmuch as this year has probably been the most draining and challenging, it has definitely made several people, including myself, think of life in a completely different light. Additionally, the last few weeks have...

The plethora of political economy in Africa during Covid-19

6 days ago - 31 July 2020 | Columns

TUIKILA KAIYAMO A global pandemic such as the coronavirus has indicated that globalisation can change in an instant, with various factors deciding how nations could operate within the ambit of their territories. The African continent...

Change is the only constant

1 week ago - 28 July 2020 | Columns

Ester Kamati When making a big decision, along with being scared, doubts start to form about whether it is even worth it, if it will work out or if remaining in the same position was...

Broken NYC needs fixing

3 weeks ago - 15 July 2020 | Columns

MARTIN-OLEMBE ANTINDI The National Youth Council (NYC), an inclusive and non-political national youth organisation under the ministry of youth, sport and national service, is a broken institution, and its existence for a long time...

Protecting reproductive health and rights

3 weeks ago - 15 July 2020 | Columns

Florence /KhaxasNamibia was built on the labour of black women whose bodies are often subjected to criminalisation and violence. Why do women die? That is a question we need to continue asking, as we unpack...

No cap

3 weeks ago - 14 July 2020 | Columns

Justicia Shipena Social media is great for many things, like sharing photos of your vacation, slick eyeliner or outfit. Activism, however, is not one...

Ecopreneurship a viable way to stimulate the economy

1 month - 26 June 2020 | Columns

Desmond KheibebIn the last few years it seems as we have created an unstoppable chain of events which has led to the issue of climate...

Staying safe and secure whilst being ­productive

2 months ago - 29 May 2020 | Columns

Jan Coetzee Namibia may seem remote and often disconnected from the world, but things came starkly into focus. We are part of the global village...

But when, Africa, will you arise?

2 months ago - 26 May 2020 | Columns

You have been robbed and pillaged. Most of the songs written about you speak of protest and shame. But when, Africa, will you arise? Your...

Staying safe and secure whilst working smart and being...

2 months ago - 15 May 2020 | Columns

Jan CoetzeeNamibia may seem remote and often disconnected from the world, but things came starkly into focus. We are part of the global village and...

China's anti-pandemic efforts deserve objective and fair judgement

2 months ago - 14 May 2020 | Columns

Zhang YimingWINDHOEK The Covid-19 outbreak has dragged the human race into an unprecedented and fierce war with a highly infectious disease on a global scale....

Lessons from Nujoma's leadership

2 months ago - 12 May 2020 | Columns

Sam Nujoma is 91 today. He led Namibians through a bitter revolution for 33 years - 23 years of which were characterised by a bloody...

Columns

Virus detected, disruption activated

4 months ago - 27 March 2020 | Columns

Chaze NalisaThere was a time, literally a couple of weeks ago, when someone sneezed and the reaction of those around them would be a simple,...

The building blocks of an...

4 months ago - 24 March 2020 | Columns

Justicia Shipena Imagine a world where every day you have to worry about the threat of a second alien invasion. Military officials plug a...

Corona virus: our reality

4 months ago - 17 March 2020 | Columns

Octavia TsibesCovid-19, also known as the coronavirus, ladies and gentlemen. To be honest with you, when news broke out that Covid-19 has landed on Namibian...

Let’s raise debate levels

4 months ago - 13 March 2020 | Columns

With a new parliament set to be sworn in soon, there is a sense of something new brewing in terms of vigorous and forthright debates...

Service, please!

4 months ago - 10 March 2020 | Columns

Ester Kamati Many of us are at that age where we need to transition from a “mommy’s girl” or “mommy’s boy” who can always count...

Corruption - A social disease...

5 months ago - 06 March 2020 | Columns

Johan Coetzee - The reluctance of the executive to get rid of the rotten and invested wood in their ranks is an indication that the...

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