• 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.
  • 30
  • Aug
On a brief visit to the National Art Gallery of Namibia (NAGN) last week, the Windhoek Observer toured the facility with Snobia Kaputu, CEO of NAGN, and viewed the wonderful pieces currently on show at the gallery.  Kaputu outlined the gems in the NAGN collection and decried the lack of interest in the arts during economic crisis.
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