• 22
  • Feb
The recent announcement by South African Minister of Agriculture Senzeni Zokwana that consideration was being given by the national government to leasing land "that was lying fallow" to Saudi Arabia to promote food security, is puzzling.
  • 22
  • Feb
When things in life go down the toilet, most times, it is men who do the flushing.  However, women are the plumbers who allow the water to flow in the first place.  Women have solutions, though we routinely abdicate our power to force change.  Why?
  • 15
  • Feb
Late Friday’s death of Hanno Rumpf, former Namibian Ambassador to Germany, former Permanent Secretary, student activist, and conscientious objector, gave many of us an opportunity to reflect.
  • 15
  • Feb
Overflowing sewage spills are a daily problem for the inhabitants of the informal settlements in Windhoek.  Earlier last week, residents from Havana and Goreangab Dam, raised their voices against the flowing sewage that threatens to cause water-borne infections that will lead to diseases.
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