2020-12-09Staff Reporter2 On the fateful morning of 7 December 2020, death robbed our country and continent a devoted revolutionary and Pan-African Mandela Kapere, affectionately known as MK. View more
2020-12-08Staff Reporter2 We, the Namibian students who lived and studied at various secondary schools and institutions of higher education in Ghana, during 1985-1995, hereby pay our last respects to the larger than life of a soldier and a man who is today no more! View more
2020-12-08Staff Reporter2 There are seemingly comparative changes and continuities in the relationships of labour migrants and their communities in post-colonial Namibia to those of labour migrants under the institutionalised contract labour system (1925 to 1972) in Namibia. View more
2020-12-02Staff Reporter In discussing the African orientation of the concept of God, we often talk about the African indigenous knowledge system which helps us to connect to ourselves more as Africans, something which few clergymen and women don’t do openly, only the radical and progressive few pastors like the late MeeHulda Nashipe yaShau from Omhakoya village in Ombaanhu, a pastor of ELCIN who was also serving as a cha View more
2020-11-30Staff Reporter The recent ultimatum of the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement to the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) and the night vigil last Saturday at the Windhoek residence of Chief Justice and Chairman of the JSC Peter Shivute is a serious human rights violation and gender-based violence against helpless ordinary Namibian women. View more
2020-11-30Staff Reporter Our elders are familiar with the pains of the struggle and know how to deal with life when unbearable times perpetuate, on the other hand, the youth in a large population becomes educated scholars with peculiar knowledge formulas towards the attainment of national development. View more
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