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  • 07
  • Feb
The Malawi top court nullified that country’s 2019 elections.  This issue is particularly relevant in Namibia as our Supreme Court this week, slammed various illegalities involved in the decision to run the November 2019 elections using EVMs with no paper trail, but declined to nullify the elections as a remedy. 
  • 07
  • Feb
Quiet reflection is the first step on the road to healing.  Katrina Hanse-Himarwa, a former minister and governor and a leader within her community and the Swapo Party needs to stand down. 
  • 30
  • Jan

I had a listen to Heard Not Seen, one of my favorite podcasts, the other day. They were discussing religion, more specifically Christianity.

  • 30
  • Jan

Finding employment in Namibia is stressful, it requires effort and commitment.  After finally getting a job and working hard to keep it, hearing about the possibility of retrenchment would probably be the last thing you would need.   But it happens. 

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