• 08
  • Mar
I was on stage, or at least, in front of an audience, for the first time in a while, last week.
At least, I performed my poetry in front of an audience - not on an actual, raised stage, but with a microphone, and since it was a hipster venue, a table with swings for seats behind me, which doubled as a poet’s high chair.
  • 08
  • Mar
Running errands in most government buildings is a nightmare.  Not only is the service poor, but most of these state-owned buildings are badly maintained, dark, and dirty.  It is no wonder many of the people working in such a negative climate are uncommitted, rude, or uncaring.
  • 08
  • Mar
It is hard to write a relevant politically invigorating opinion column when you have tooth pain.  We have all gone through the woes of pain-filled teeth.  It is no joke.
  • 28
  • Feb
President Hage Geingob said this week that Independence celebrations planned for next month must go ahead, hitting back at critics who have reportedly called them a waste of taxpayers’ money.
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