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Lifestyle (738)

  • 11
  • Oct
Reading = success. Those who do not read will fail to compete and thrive. Parents out there, do what it takes to open the magnificent world of possibilities to yourselves and your kids, by reading.
  • 11
  • Oct
On the 8th of October, the Warehouse Theatre (WT) in Windhoek hosted their farewell party after announcing that they were closing their doors due to financial constraints.
  • 04
  • Oct
Facing modern times means having a smart phone as an extension to our hands.  It is an integral part of our life.  These days there is a ‘new etiquette’ for using cell phones.
  • 04
  • Oct
If there is one thing South Africans have in common, it’s their love for soapies. Day of our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful were powerhouses in South African television.
  • 20
  • Sep
Over the years, many of my relatives and friends at home in the USA ask me what I like about living in Africa. (*Most Americans are clueless about geography. Africa is one country in their minds with Wakanda as the capital city).
  • 20
  • Sep
A team of young scientists is scheduled to participate in the First Global Challenge 2019 taking place on the 21st- 28 October in Dubai. This year’s challenge is themed “Ocean Opportunities”.
  • 13
  • Sep
I am proudly loquacious. Those who know me will smile at this. When I am on a roll, I go for it.  By engaging in dialogue with all kinds of people, I have learned so many wonderful things! On balance, being talkative is better than being taciturn and aloof.
  • 06
  • Sep
The lack of care and concern about hygiene or junk accumulation may indicate that something negative is going on inside someone’s head. I have decided that I will stop nagging folks in my house about keeping the place clean and neat. 
  • 06
  • Sep

Hairareb is a new Namibian film directed by Oshoveli Shipoh.  This movie was the most captivating local film I have seen in a long time.  This cinematic effort born in the Land of the Brave premiered at Ster Kinekor, Maerua Mall.  It shows a tragic love story between a man, Hairareb, played by David Ndjavera, and a woman, Iînînis, played by first-time film actor, Claudine De Groot.

  • 30
  • Aug
With all the television programs to watch these days via Netflix, Amazon Prime and streaming on the internet, I proudly admit to the world that I am a cooking show junkie.
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