• 20
  • Apr
As a follow-up to my piece of last week, I would like to respond to Eberhard Hoffmann’s statement that: “Likewise the Khoi-San of Namibia (Great Namaqualand)
  • 20
  • Apr
There is much debate about how modern thinking and information affects traditions and beliefs.  Not all ‘old things’ are ‘better’, neither are ‘new things’ always ‘better.’  There must be a balance that works.
  • 20
  • Apr
Regularly, I read about verdicts handed down now for crimes that were committed multiple years ago.  Our wheels of justice turn too slowly and it is high time that the Ministry of Justice WAKES UP and starts to do its job.
  • 13
  • Apr
In responding to Dr Tjiriange’s open letter addressed to Namibians of German descent, Herr Eberhard Hofmann proudly announced:
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