• 18
  • Aug
So Moody’s rating agency last week downgraded Namibia’s international credit rating from Baa3- to Ba1, with a negative outlook.  I was not shocked at all, because I have previously written a number of pieces in which I argued that these ratings are very subjective.
  • 18
  • Aug
The English Premier League (EPL) has started!! Ladies you already know what that means right? Fighting over the TV remote control and fighting for attention over the weekends. Can we find a solution to this little big problem?
  • 18
  • Aug
I read a story recently about farmers complaining that they are losing large amounts of livestock to rustlers.  Those accused are known to the police and have been arrested, re-arrested, let out on bail and they re-offend.
  • 11
  • Aug
The departure of Auntie Ricky and Robbie Savage should serve as a wakeup call for the entire nation to start recognising current living heroes who have put the country on the world map irrespective of their sport codes, administrative or support activities.
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