• 04
  • Oct
At the close of June’s G20 summit in Japan, a number of developing countries refused to sign an international declaration on data flows — the so-called ‘Osaka Track.’  Part of the reason why countries such as India, Indonesia and South Africa boycotted the declaration was because they had no opportunity to put their own interests about data into the document.
  • 04
  • Oct
Recent movements in Namibia to make obtaining a divorce easier are a double-edged sword.  Those pushing ‘fast food’ divorces are well-intentioned. 
  • 04
  • Oct
Recent movements in Namibia to make obtaining a divorce easier are a double-edged sword.  Those pushing ‘fast food’ divorces are well-intentioned.  However, my antennae always go up when people praise only one side of a story. 
  • 27
  • Sep
As I was driving to work the other day, I overtook a group of cyclists going up one of the hills between Eros/ Klein Windhoek and the center of town. I was stuck in heavy traffic in the town center a few minutes later when they overtook me.
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