• 16
  • Nov
I see it every day in our communities and social lives, where people are faced with violence and discrimination because of who they love, how they look, or who they are. 
  • 09
  • Nov
Two weeks ago, a murder shocked Swakopmund.
Ivan Pitt, who later committed suicide, is suspected of having slit the throat of his girlfriend, Lindie Prinsloo, in her home in Swakopmund. Prinsloo’s six-year-old child was said by police investigators to have been home at the time.
  • 09
  • Nov
Namibian teachers and nurses should wake up and end their lazy behaviour.  It’s terrible to see how those we entrust with our lives and that of our children have adopted an “I don’t care” attitude.  Things must change.
  • 09
  • Nov
There has been much in the worldwide media about the mid-term elections in the USA.  This event has no impact on Namibia. Still, I ask your indulgence as I wax political about happenings in the land of e pluribus unum. 
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