• 28
  • Apr

As we get ready to launch the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) flagship Human Development Report (HDR, 2016) in Namibia, it is a good time to reflect on the importance of human development.

  • 28
  • Apr

I am going to raise liberal children. I have thought about it for a very long time and have come to the conclusion that it would be the best choice for my home and my future family. I think it is the only reason I want to procreate.

  • 28
  • Apr

The whole time change thing has caught the attention of many in Namibia and I suppose that is a good thing. But, my goodness, with the walls crumbling down around us on so many bread-and-butter, life-and-death issues, why in the world are we wasting so much energy on time change?

  • 21
  • Apr

Last week, my baby turned one and in a way I feel I also turned one because everything that I have had to do this past year (in terms of parenting) I have had to learn. On top of the regular mew parent learning struggles, I had to do my first year as a single mother.

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