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Namibia is dry and faces severe drought conditions – this is not newsflash, it is a major concern.  Drought and depression combine to make a double punch of pain for this country.  During this election year, we face an alarming situation not only in Windhoek where municipal officials are threatening water rationing and increased prices, but with food production on small farms across the country.
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“Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation are people who want crops without ploughing the ground.  The struggle may be a moral or physical one, or it may be both.  Power concedes nothing without a demand.  It never did and it never will.”
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Every Sunday, it’s my ritual to watch Air Crash Investigation on National Geographic Channel.
Some may say this is a morbid fascination or disturbing for a frequent air traveler (as well as time traveler, of course). I don’t agree.
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Police brutality has sparked the interest of many Namibian people recently. While citizens worry about how to protect themselves from criminals, it has now been shown that they must also keep a watchful eye on those who are given the responsibility to serve and protect them.
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