• 08
  • Feb

OH no, not Abraham Iyambo! This rivalry between heaven and earth is literally robbing us of our best talent. How can Abes disappear just like that?

  • 08
  • Feb

MY encounters with Abraham Iyambo were brief and limited to a few polite greetings whenever we met around Windhoek. However, the only exception to these brief polite moments was when he called me on a Friday morning in 2011 after an opinion piece I had written about the state of higher education in the country.

  • 08
  • Feb

YOU have got to love annual general meetings held just before the end of the financial year. This is the one time employees are given a fair and equal opportunity to speak their minds, frustrations, concerns, contribute suggestions to improve company performances and avoid repeating the same professional mistakes again.

  • 01
  • Feb

ON 20 January 1973, Africa was tragically robbed of yet another revolutionary prophet when Amilcar Cabral was assassinated in cold blood in Conakry. He was the leader and founder of the Partido Africana da Independencia da Guinee e Cabo Verde (PAIGC), known in English as the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde.

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