2023-01-27Reverend Jan Scholtz One of the most common complaints in the hectic world we live in is being “too busy!” Often, people are simply too busy dealing with day-to-day life to find the time to pursue their dreams. View more
2023-01-27Prof Makala Lilemba Namibia is entering its 33rd year of nationhood, yet the process of the fair positioning of all Namibians in terms of jobs remains an illusion. The process has become so solidarised that it becomes almost impossible to penetrate it. View more
2023-01-27Staff Reporter The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, and expecting different results. Every time you switch on the television, or radio or read the newspaper, all you will hear are the same endless problems the country has been facing year after year, while there are no strategies in place to solve them. View more
2023-01-27Staff Reporter It is perhaps important to revisit how education reform, whose product is the current subject matter of discussion, evolved to assist both those with genuine concerns and those inherently-born spectators in the national affairs, whose pre-occupation is to criticise left, right and centre without offering any practical solution to the problem confronting us as a nation state. View more
2023-01-27Staff Reporter The national public discourse is currently dominated by the selection of the Amnics Trading bid for the lucrative medical supplies tender by the Central Procurement Board of Namibia (CPBN). View more
2023-01-27Staff Reporter One needs to dissect and comprehend the statement and its relevance to the contemporary African society as to best describe our socio-political interactions with each other, on any level. View more
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