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The train of corroboration

2 months ago - 21 January 2020 | Columns

Justicia Shipena When I recently told a group of people I was writing an advice column, most laughed and, honestly, I laughed too. Somehow,...

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A proud bookworm

2 months ago - 14 January 2020 | Columns

Yandi du PlessisI have always taken pride in the fact that I am a total bookworm. At least once a year, I get the urge...

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To better days ahead!

3 months ago - 30 December 2019 | Columns

Namibia goes into 2020 leaving a truly forgettable year behind it. It was a landmark year for many families in a truly bad sense, given...

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To survive, Swapo must unite

3 months ago - 20 December 2019 | Columns

For a party that lost so much ground in the just-ended elections, Swapo should do everything possible to unite its rank and file.But the early...

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Testing the people's patience

3 months ago - 19 December 2019 | Columns

Despite land reform policies adopted by government, land distribution in Namibia has remained skewed largely in favour of the white minority.This is according an ancestral...

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Wanted: A nation of doers

3 months ago - 18 December 2019 | Columns

Yesterday the ancestral land commission paid an umpteenth visit to President Hage Geingob to brief him on its activities so far.Among others, the commission told...

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