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Tripped up by 'culture'

1 week ago - 09 October 2017 | Columns

The patriarchal nature of our society must come to an end. Patriarchy, within itself, is not an obstacle to development or economic prosperity but, it appears to be a major obstacle to social safety and...

SHOT OF THE DAY

1 week ago - 09 October 2017 | Columns

TRAGEDY: Dead bodies of Rohingya Muslim refugees lay on the shore of Inani beach, near Cox's Bazar on September 28, 2017. On that day, at least 10 children and four women were killed when a...

Let's get serious

1 week ago - 06 October 2017 | Columns

I don't know what needs to be done for Namibian artists to start seriously investing in themselves and their art as a career. I hope the past weekend was really an eye opener for those...

Auntie Nangy

1 week ago - 06 October 2017 | Columns

Who is the father?Dear Auntie NangyI am in trouble. I am pregnant but I am not sure who the father is. I had my period four weeks ago but, then I had sex with two...

Don't fight the media

2 weeks ago - 29 September 2017 | Columns

Over the past few months there have been artists who took to social media to share their disappointment with some media houses and some of their journalists. The journalists usually in question are entertainment journalists...

Auntie Nangy

2 weeks ago - 29 September 2017 | Columns

My kid's father cares less Dear Auntie Nangy, I am 22 years old and I have a baby of 13 months. She is simply...

SHOT OF THE DAY

2 weeks ago - 28 September 2017 | Columns

TOUGH GRANNIES: Gladys Ngwenya, 77, spars in the ring during a 'Boxing Gogos' training session hosted by the 'A Team Gym' in Cosmo City in...

New blood versus old guard

2 weeks ago - 28 September 2017 | Columns

President Hage Geingob boldly stated at the United Nations General Assembly last week that Namibia values empowerment of the youth, adding the old guard, commonly...

It is a bottomless pit

3 weeks ago - 25 September 2017 | Columns

American president, Donald Trump, puts Namibia on the global map with his farcical statements about the small African country he called Nambia. All of the...

Shot of the Day

3 weeks ago - 25 September 2017 | Columns

OVER THE WATER: Rohingya refugees arriving by boat, as smoke rises from fires on the shoreline behind them, at Shah Parir Dwip on the Bangladesh...

Auntie Nangy

3 weeks ago - 22 September 2017 | Columns

HIV+ and I want to marryDear Auntie Nangy, I have a 50-year-old boyfriend but I am HIV positive. I am not married but I want...

Stop being complacent

3 weeks ago - 21 September 2017 | Columns

During the handing over ceremony of anti-retroviral treatment clinics in the Kavango West Region, health minister Bernard Haufiku remarked that HIV is most commonly spread...

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Have faith in your art

1 month - 15 September 2017 | Columns

The music industry is very spontaneous. The whole system and its foundations are based on popularity and what is hot at the moment. Music lovers...

Auntie Nangy

1 month - 15 September 2017 | Columns

My wife doesn't turn me on Dear Auntie Nangy, I'm 45 years old and I'm married but I'm in love with another woman. The...

Government must do its share

1 month - 11 September 2017 | Columns

That Namibia is a developing country is a fact – we all know it and we are all aware of the challenges our country faces....

Shot of the day

1 month - 11 September 2017 | Columns

MASSES FOR MOHAMMED: An aerial view shows Muslim pilgrims gathering on Mount Arafat, also known as Jabal al-Rahma (Mount of Mercy), southeast of the Saudi...

Who should lead Swapo?

1 month - 08 September 2017 | Columns

With a little over two months left before the much-anticipated Swapo elective congress, the ruling party is yet to declare the campaign window open. There...

Namibians queue up for everything!

1 month - 08 September 2017 | Columns

I just don’t get why Namibians prefer queuing up for almost anything under the sun. Okay, let me rephrase that – why are we made...

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