• 08
  • Feb
The situation under which Dr Joe Diescho has apparently made the choice to leave Namibia is concerning.  While much of what he recounts as under-handed efforts to frustrate him professionally has the ring of truth, the worries I have are much deeper.
  • 25
  • Jan
I might have been 10 years old when the British Conservative government decided to close my school/community library. It fell to one of Margaret Thatcher’s numerous public sector expenditure-reducing programmes.
  • 25
  • Jan
The population of our country is increasing fast and many people are flocking to larger towns where they believe they can find work and have access to daily services. But, the Namibian economy is struggling and this is a major problem in today’s life.
  • 25
  • Jan
We must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately."  - Benjamin Franklin
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