• 26
  • Apr
Whether people like it or not, in today’s world, the English language is the center of communication.  In Namibia, our official language, is English.  The language of the internet is English. 
  • 26
  • Apr
I read an SMS in a local daily newspaper which demands that a 33-year old woman who has had eight children should have been forced by her doctors to not have more babies. I fainted in horror at the meaning of such a short-sighted demand from a member of the public. 
  • 18
  • Apr
I met a bitter white Namibian expat, the other day.
Now, if you have anything to do with Southern Africa, you’ll know that ‘bitter white expat’ is the last sort of person you want to meet.
  • 18
  • Apr
Parents send their children to school in the care of the teachers and administrators hoping they will be equipped with the necessary training for skills development, to learn new things, to prepare for life as adults, to learn self-respect and to practice good behavior in society. 
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