• 23
  • May

Probably, most people who read this article are, like me, some degree of ‘computer aware.’ We are not computer ‘literate’ where we know all the intellectual things, ICT acronyms and current software developments. We are not ICT geeks or gurus who know everything there is to know about ICT and enjoy living life through a machine. But at least we know how to turn the machine on, send emails, write papers/reports, and do internet banking.

  • 16
  • May

It was reported in the local media recently that the Zeraua Traditional Authority, on behalf of the Otjohorongo Communal Area, received three farms from Honourable Alfeus !Naruseb (Minister of Lands and Resettlement). The Okombahe Communal Area, which is neighbouring Otjohorongo, also received one large farm.

  • 16
  • May

The main highlight of the 21st Summit of the African Union (AU) will be on 25 May 2013, when the organisation will mark the 50th anniversary of the founding in 1963 of its predecessor, the Organisation of African Unity (OAU).

  • 16
  • May

Sitting here at my sister’s house in the USA and hearing the rapid-fire ‘American’ English on the television and from my family and friends is amazing. I’ve been away too long. I find myself looking at people’s mouths as they speak to try to lip read to get a clue about what they’re saying!

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