• 19
  • Jul
With the drastic drought conditions that exist right now, we all need to pay attention and do whatever it takes to save water.  To the officials out there:  rather than slap citizens upside the head with criminally high bills and threats, why not use the same energy to give water saving ideas? 
  • 12
  • Jul
I know I am out of the eye make-up mainstream when my daughter, helping me to prepare for a program I was hosting, told me that I didn’t have enough eyebrows for her to properly work on.
  • 05
  • Jul
The annual Windhoek Annual Cultural Festival (WACF) took place from the 26-30th June at the Sam Nujoma Stadium and attracted nearly 20,000 attendees.
The festival spotlights young and upcoming entrepreneurs, artists and musicians in order to promote Namibian talent through cultural, empowerment, social creativity and innovation.  The 2019 festival sparked huge interest.
  • 28
  • Jun
We all have foods that we hated to eat as children.  Some of us still hate to eat those foods now as adults.  As a kid, my most hated dinner in the world contained liver, turnips, lima beans and/or beets. 
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