• 31
  • May
I am tired of hearing people admonishing others to stop insulting ‘elders.’  The Deputy Agriculture Minister and even the president and others, keep harping on this conservative mantra.
  • 24
  • May

Last month, while the nation was preparing to bid farewell one of its better known traditional community hereditary leaders, Tatekulu Omukwaniilwa Immanuel Kauluma Elifas, one citizen pulled a sick prank on social media by pretending to communicate a national message from the Good Offices of the Prime Minister that all Aandonga in the public sector be given a public holiday to commemorate their King.  The unseemly prank was a Freudian slip that gives a nod to tribalism. 

  • 24
  • May

Entering a national beauty pageant competition not only requires one to be passionate about such events, but to be mentally prepared for whatever comes thereafter.  Recently, the media is abuzz with cyber-bulling and harshly negative criticism levelled at most of the Miss Namibia candidates.   I think that the criticisers have gone too far.

  • 24
  • May

You know those times in movies and books, when it’s very clear who the hero is, but you, in your heart of hearts, end up supporting the villain?

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