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Winners of the 2019 Visible Talent Namibia Show feel exploited, as they are still waiting for their outstanding prize monies. Born in exile in Nyango, a Swapo refugee camp in Zambia, in 1978 and raised in Kwanza Sul, Angola, Jackson Wahengo says life came at him hard and he thus had to develop a thick skin. The top trending clip that made rounds on social media is of Foxtrot, a Labrador Retriever that was part of a recent drug raid at a Rehoboth house during a police operation. Higher education minister Itah Kandjii-Murangi assured that although a lot needs to be done to improve student funding, the government’s unwavering commitment towards educating the Namibian child remains a priority. “We all react differently to trauma but the one way we should always try and front load is to be kind to ourselves and towards each other,” she passionately stated. Graduates should not fear failure but be terrified of regret now that they have gotten their qualifications and are ready to take on the world and join the working class. Young Namibians should invest more in entrepreneurship and be innovative by solving all the current challenges in their community with entrepreneurship solutions. Abner Ndakalako Tomas’ lifelong passion for mushrooms has guided him to register Ndaka Mushrooms and Processing CC, which cultivates and processes fresh organic mushrooms, using sustainable farming practices. The Namibian Public Workers’ Union (Napwu) has asked the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) for the exact date when it will operationalise the employment of all contract employees into permanent positions as agreed upon between the two parties. Radio personality and podcast host Shona Ngava is of the opinion that Namibian corporates have taken a step back and are setting a bad precedent by using creatives to push their brands without remunerating them accordingly. The top trending clip is of an entourage of bikers who drove around the city, visiting hospitals to show massive love and appreciation to healthcare workers for their bravery and hard work serving patients during this Covid-19 pandemic. Storyteller Hermien Elago recently launched a podcast, dubbed ‘No More Fig Leaves’ to guide people, especially those suffering in silence.