2020-12-04Aletta Shikololo The fashion industry may still be battling with adversity but nothing like a bothersome pandemic could lead to something as unprecedented as fashion week being cancelled, so the show must go on. View more
2020-12-04Paheja Siririka The top trending clip on our radar is that of the incoming mayor of the city of Windhoek, Job Amupanda who this week rejected wearing the mayoral chain citing colonial attachment to it and further saying it weighs five kg and might hurt his back. View more
2020-12-04Paheja Siririka Bronson Tjihukununa said compassion means to suffer together and from this, sharing in suffering came the motivation to help relieve the anguish of others and that’s how he ended up as a firefighter but due to injuries obtained while in action, his dream of being a fireman ceased. View more
2020-12-04Aletta Shikololo Marika Elago, a 22-year-old nursing science student at the Welwitschia Health Training Centre says she aims to establish an orphanage that will advantage teen mothers and vulnerable children once she becomes a qualified nurse. View more
2020-12-04Paheja Siririka A Namibian youth, Shirley Haukongo, spent her birthday month of November handing out goods such as clothes, shoes, food combos and a meal for the day to elderly people, cancer patients and street kids, homeless people and some street vendors from informal settlements like Havanna and Babylon, dubbing the event ‘The November Charity Project’. View more
2020-12-04Staff Reporter2 Earl Nightingale, in his book, titled ‘The Strangest Secret’, wrote that if you ask a hundred men and women why they go to work every morning, you may be surprised by their answers. View more
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