• 23
  • Nov
Yet again, I have read another headline about the upcoming Public Enterprises Governance Bill introduced by Minister Leon Jooste. 
  • 16
  • Nov
It’s common for politicians, schoolteachers, police officers, and other ‘people we look up to’, to say something like, ‘yes, we all have Human Rights, but rights come with responsibilities’.
  • 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.
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