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  • 21
  • Nov

Teenage pregnancies have reached alarming proportions in Namibia. We are reading about many girls dropping out of school to deliver babies; in fact, it is really babies giving birth to other babies, children begetting children. That’s crazy!

  • 21
  • Nov

Now that I am flirting with 50, I have come to accept what Bill Cosby joked about in his video performance called: “49.” One of the old age signs is definitely forgetfulness. I used to dismiss my own forgetfulness as a sign of a busy life and a full mind. The positive spin is always more comforting.

  • 14
  • Nov

Our country has been in a position to achieve many things over the past twenty-three years. And we did. We have been a stable country since 1990, with a multi-party political system that is anchored around regular competitive elections. In late 2014, Namibians will be heading to the polls to elect a new government and head of state.

  • 14
  • Nov

“My vote doesn’t mean anything, so I am not going to vote!”

“There is so much corruption here; my vote will be stolen!”

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