• 12
  • Apr

After 23 years of being in power, fatigue and complacency with the exercise of leadership can easily set in. This in turn can have corrosive effects on the developmental agenda of a country.

  • 12
  • Apr

When I watch movies with young people, I realize that our tastes in what is sexy are different. I still shout: Oooo! when a sexy male star takes his shirt off and reveals a tight, hairless, chest, but to me, it’s just not the most important thing about a man anymore. Parents, please take the time to listen to young adults even if what they are saying makes it seem like they are from another planet. You are never too old to learn something new. On this subject, I have learned quite a bit.

  • 05
  • Apr

Last week, the editorial of the Windhoek Observer zoomed in on the remarks made earlier by the Namibian President, His Excellency Hifikepunye Pohamba, that farmers should sell their livestock in order to survive the drought.

  • 05
  • Apr

When the dead bodies of the United States Army rangers were dragged on the streets of Mogadishu in 1993, American public opinion could not comprehend why their compatriots had to die for Somalia.

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