Faith Haushona-Kavamba

Tighten your belt this December

‘Tis the season to be jolly and be merry with those you hold dear, the season to share the gift of love, food and actual store bought gifts.

Adieu 2014

ent KEITA 19 decAFTER finding ourselves at yet another year-end we had promised would be an amazing one in 2013, only to find one item ticked off the resolution, we swore on all that was holy to us that 2014 would be different.

The Jetty restaurant

IT’S a windy afternoon in the picturesque town of Swakopmund and the cool breeze provides a welcome change from the unrelenting heat in Windhoek.

Dining the kasi way

This may sound like an odd one, but if you are a hypochondriac who fears that you will perish from salmonella and long for human interaction

Don’t gamble with your food

ONE should never gamble when it comes to treating ones stomach and awakening ones senses with great food.

Moment of silence

THE relationship between celebrities and those who adore them is an interesting phenomenon that is hard to understand.

Ho! Ho! Ho!

Unfortunately, my good friend St. Nicholas, whom you all affectionately know as Santa Clause could not make it to our beloved continent yet again this year.

Ladies, take a page from Oteya’s book

ent oteya 12 decWHEN news of Daphne’s return to the music scene broke together with her reincarnation as Oteya, one could not help but feel somersaults in the depths of one’s gut.

Miss Tourism pageant unscathed

NATIONAL Director of Miss Tourism Namibia pageant Venancius Rukero this week confirmed that they had sent a representative at the Miss Tourism World pageant as originally planned.

I know I have to tread carefully with what I have to say next, but I want to make it clear that I am in no way prejudiced towards either homosexual or heterosexuals, nor do I discriminate against them.

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