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Try a little tenderness by Otis Redding is one of my favourite songs. While that tune is a sexy song about a man’s love and passion for a woman, its words, altered a bit, can apply to the way we SHOULD be dealing with one another.  Let’s all be nicer to each other; not just at Easter time but always. 
The Windhoek Observer sent its intern reporters to Grove Mall in Windhoek to conduct an interview on the importance of preserving/learning local and foreign languages.  Most people we interviewed understood the high value of language as not only a form of communication, but as a reflection of who a person is at their core.
The final Season 8 of Game of Thrones (GoT) is here.  The producers definitely started the season off quickly and covered much ground. 
Spoiler Alert!
I am a blue guru.  Blue is my favourite colour without a doubt.  My colleagues at work, my kids, family members and friends will confirm that this is the primary colour of my wardrobe and accessories.
The Windhoek Observer sent its intern reporters to Maerua Mall in Windhoek to get public opinions on friendship.
The answers we received tell the story that Namibians greatly value having good friends even more than having close family members in some cases. A few we interviewed liked having armies of friends and others have just one special friend.
One of my favourite online pastimes is Pinterest. I have a board I named, ‘health drinks.’  These nifty drinks can be easily made in my blender with stuff I have in my veggie bin.  So, I make green drinks that are supposed to do a number of great things for my body. 
Idols SA is underway right now!  Year after year the talent on Idols keeps getting better and better, and this year is no different. At the pre-recording of Idols SA Top 16, held on 27 March in Johannesburg, competition was tough amongst contestants. Many made great song choices and hoped that that might save them from elimination.
The Windhoek Observer sent its intern reporters to Wernhill Mall in Windhoek’s CBD to get public opinions on taxing churches and charities operating in Namibia.
For the masses of folks out there drooling at the mouth for Game of Thrones (GoT) to restart and Avengers: Endgame to hit the theatre this April, I want you to know, I am one of you. 
The Windhoek Observer sent its intern reporters to Grove Mall in Windhoek to get random views about the impact of cell phones in their lives.
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