• 17
  • Jan

THE German-Namibian relations are strained by a history of brutal mass murder. So far, the perpetrators’ country has not admitted guilt. Perhaps the German government does not want to set a precedent. Any willingness to pay reparations would put other former colonial powers under considerable pressure.

  • 17
  • Jan

A TEACHER was getting settled at his new school on the first day of the academic year when one of the learners asked: “Excuse me Sir, if I mix Surf and Omo, will there be foam?” The teacher answered: “Of course there will be foam. What a stupid question to ask so early in the morning.”

  • 17
  • Jan

I AM sure you know by now that Comrade JZ has been re-elected as President of the ruling ANC in South Africa. Now, you can say anything you want about Cde JZ, but one thing is for sure: President Jacob Zuma definitely knows how to pull a crowd!

  • 17
  • Jan

The year 2013 should ordinarily generate excitement for Africans and the African Union,as this institutionwill celebrate on 25 May 2013 the 50th anniversary of the founding of its predecessor, the Organisation of African Unity (OAU).

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