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Strange NPL proposals

13 hours ago | Columns

The Namibia Premier League management committee is playing a cat and mouse game because they are depriving the locals of sponsorship news. It appears that the new interim management committee members are no different...

Govt medical aid mess

3 days ago - 24 March 2017 | Columns

The precarious state in which the Public Service Employees Medical Aid Scheme (Psemas) finds itself in was this week exposed by this newspaper. The report, seen by Namibian Sun, concluded that the lack of adequate...

Taxi drivers rule the world

3 days ago - 24 March 2017 | Columns

You have never lived as a person until you take one of those taxis that ferry people between Swakopmund and Walvis Bay. I tell you, if you ever struggled to pray, just hop onto one...

Roll with the punches

3 days ago - 24 March 2017 | Columns

The world does not owe you anything. You get people who walk around like they deserve to be compensated for breathing and waking up today. They expect us to feel sorry and pity for them....

Auntie Nangy

3 days ago - 24 March 2017 | Columns

Help me find a girlDear Auntie Nangy, I am 24 years old and I am looking for a girl to fall in love with him or her. Contact me at this number 081 632...

You work for us, the people

1 week ago - 20 March 2017 | Columns

The citizenry has an unwritten contract with government. We, the taxpayers, pay you money and you provide services for us and make the space we...

Shot of the day

1 week ago - 20 March 2017 | Columns

THREE TIMES LUCKY: Iraqi fighters from the Abbas Brigade, which fights under the umbrella of the Shiite popular mobilisation units, fire towards enemy positions in...

Local is lekker!!!

1 week ago - 17 March 2017 | Columns

Namibian audiences are picky about who they support. They all have their favourite musicians, actors, painters, designers and poets. The thing that makes me angry...

Welcome youth involvement in decisions

1 week ago - 14 March 2017 | Columns

By Josef JohannesThe truth is that something deeply disturbing is going on within our government and how they perceive the youth, and we should be...

Youth inclusion as a crisis of governance

1 week ago - 14 March 2017 | Columns

As we have stated before on these pages, the statistics on the African continent have confirmed that more than 60% of the continent’s population is...

Xenophobia: An African tragedy

1 week ago - 14 March 2017 | Columns

By Kambarure KaputuGhana's first president Kwame Nkrumah said at the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) in 1963, “Our objective is an African...

Teenagers versus parents

1 week ago - 14 March 2017 | Columns

Raise your hand if your guardian or parent ever sounded like a broken record and is always complaining or repeating the same issues over and...

Columns

Are you smarter than a...

2 weeks ago - 10 March 2017 | Columns

Have you ever had to complete a quiz which they say is meant for a Fourth Grader, yet you struggle to get the answers right?...

Dear Namibian artists

2 weeks ago - 10 March 2017 | Columns

Invest in yourself. The greatest decision you can ever make is to plough back into your career. There are way too many success stories and...

The meaning of things

2 weeks ago - 07 March 2017 | Columns

Granted, government has been channeling a huge chunk of the budget to education ever since independence. Why is it that it is said that 30%...

Do they really care?

2 weeks ago - 07 March 2017 | Columns

By Jefrey ShapangeIn Africa and Namibia in particular, politics is has become about individual interests before the masses can receive any benefit. Whoever tries to...

Does independence really have meaning...

2 weeks ago - 07 March 2017 | Columns

By Sakaria JohannesLooking back at the life of Namibian youth back than in colonial days and looking at the life of the black youth 26...

Why grandmothers are simply the...

3 weeks ago - 03 March 2017 | Columns

Every one of us can attest to having a “tough as nails” and uncompromising grandmother. She would defend you against the wicked world, but also...

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