It’s not that serious!

13 hours ago | Columns

Ester KamatiThis may be a worn-out topic but the need to talk about it is quite strong. Lately romantic relationships among youth have simply become about physical compatibility and attraction and less about whether a...

A step in the right direction

1 week ago - 11 June 2019 | Columns

Octavia TsibesAs weird as it may seem, many people do not think of it in that way. Sometimes it might seem easier to just pick something out of a hat, but that might not be...

The future begins here

2 weeks ago - 04 June 2019 | Columns

Siyabonga Ramakhutla I am a first-year medical student at the University of Debrecen in Hungary. My experience at this university has been a rollercoaster; there have been a lot of highs and lows. However,...

Unconditional love deserves so much more

3 weeks ago - 28 May 2019 | Columns

Mariselle StofbergWhen people are mistreated we get enraged. When we see a person being abused we are urged to intervene. When we see a person in need or distress most people don’t hesitate to offer...

You can’t Photoshop feelings

4 weeks ago - 21 May 2019 | Columns

Justicia Shipena I came across a man at a workshop I attended and he said to me: "Write what you are feeling. Tell the truth. Write like nobody's reading." And just like that I...

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The legacy you leave is the one you live

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Violins (not violence) to shatter the silence

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Speed (and impatience) kills

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There’s no place like home

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Michelle Mushonga Mable glanced at the tiny little girl softly napping against her chest. Her small lips were slightly parted and her breaths were...

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Sky is the limit for...

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Ester Kamati Megan Werner, an experienced model and published author, recently finished building an aircraft along with 20 other youth, which they plan to fly...

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It’s not that serious!

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Ester KamatiThis may be a worn-out topic but the need to talk about it is quite strong. Lately romantic relationships among youth have simply become...


New name for Etakaya

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Justicia Shipena Etakaya Primary School, situated at Etakaya village of Etakaya in the Ohangwena Region, was recently renamed Sakaria H Nghikembua Primary School.The school...


Feeling the momentum!

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Ester KamatiWindhoek High School’s Vegkop stadium is home to many memorable games when it comes to rugby and this year was no different. The stadium...


Improving Africa through constructive debate

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Ester KamatiThe 2019 Day of the African Child Debate and Public Speaking Championships knockout rounds were held at the St George's ­Diocesan School on 14...


A platform for leadership

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Michelline NawatisesThe City of Windhoek Junior Council (JC) provides a platform for leadership potential and exposes learners to local challenges.They learn about local issues and...

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