2021-04-30Reverend Jan Scholtz This article is a continuation of the series complex issue of abortion. Words matter, reflecting our reality and they create our reality. In these reflections, I will be using inclusive and gender-neutral language. I will also use the word ‘termination’ as opposed to ‘abortion’, which is the word used in South African Law. View more
2021-05-14Reverend Jan Scholtz Persons with disabilities are struggling to find and retain employment in Namibia. It is estimated that most of the disabled persons are excluded from the open market inNamibia. Research has indicated that unemployment amongst disabled people stands at a record high of 39% compared to the national unemployment rate of 28%. View more
2021-05-21Reverend Jan Scholtz In a world rocked by wars, poverty and HIV/AIDS, it seems absurd that so much intensity of feelings is generated with regard to homosexuality. Yet, for those who are homosexual, it is not absurd. It is a deeply hurtful and sensitive issue. View more
2021-06-04Reverend Jan Scholtz Barbara J.Essex’s fascination with the very human side of biblical characters has found its voice in her latest work, “More Bad Girls of the Bible”. This book is the most recent expression in her series of the books, including the best-selling “Bad Girls of the Bible,” which explores the “questionable virtue” of biblical personalities. View more
2021-06-11Reverend Jan Scholtz Entrepreneurship development is a known counter strategy to the growing problem of unemployment in any developing society, and this holds particularly true for Namibia. View more
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