• 22
  • Aug

With less than 15 months left before the next presidential and legislative elections in 2014, President HifikepunyePohamba’s Presidency is in its final throes.It will then be the work of historians, analysts and talentedraconteursto pierce-out whether President Pohamba left Namibia in better or far worse shape, than the country he inherited from his predecessor, founding President Sam Nujoma.

  • 22
  • Aug

Those of us with children in Grade 12 this year are feeling the heat in our pockets, and are dodging the bank manager! Yes, it is time for the matric farewell mania, when spending goes into overdrive to buy suits and/or dresses and to pay for rented luxury vehicles.

  • 22
  • Aug

I set aside another article I had planned for this week to make a strong plea to my readers to please be cynical and paranoid when it comes to protecting your financial and personal information.

  • 15
  • Aug

I recently came upon a short story I wrote a few years ago about a successful, but covetous young woman. Her company was holding an awards ceremony and not only was she receiving an award for her achievements, it would be her chance to hobnob with top international executives.

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