• 05
  • Oct

MANY residents of Okuryangava are living below the Poverty Datum Line because of unemployment, lack of education and seldom coming opportunities.

  • 05
  • Oct

Prisons and I are not the best of friends. In fact, I had not seen the inside of a jail at all. Until last Sunday, that is.

  • 21
  • Sep

The recent international furore over a video which is highly offensive to the Islamic religion raises an important point.

  • 21
  • Sep

OFFICIALLY, the race is now on. The Politburo of Namibia’s ruling Swapo Party has now formally nominated two candidates for the position of party vice-president, to be endorsed by the party’s Central Committee (CC), which is scheduled to meet this weekend.

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