Dad says, "Well son, let me try to explain it this way: I'm the breadwinner of the family, so let's call me Capitalism. Your mom, she's the administrator of the money, so we'll call her the Government. We're here to take care of your needs, so we'll call you the People.
Two heads are better than one. Aunty Ag and Uncle Ony suggest ways to occupy guests when there's something good on TV, and how to deal with other people's kids. The other day a friend came round to visit with her little boy, who is three.
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Many Namibian rappers are often hot for some time, but quickly wither away in the shadow of whichever other genre monopolises the airwaves, or simply There has been an ongoing outcry that Namibian media houses do not sufficiently give coverage to new talent in the art and music space who A relatively new personality, Zita Joe The Prince I'm sure you are wondering what an artist starter pack is.
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Political contestation is the lifeblood of democracy. It presents an opportunity for voters to have a smorgasbord of choices of who to cast their votes Namibians have every right to feel aggrieved and express concern over the high levels of corruption, service delivery failures and land problems prevalent in our
The two battle it out to see who can be the bigger star! Stay tuned to see if they will sink or swim. Your favorite Aunty is back to impart some more knowledge and teachings on being more knowledgeable and teachering.
By Louisa PeacockDeputy women's editor. Research by Professor Emma Renold at Cardiff University, in collaboration with the NSPCC, has highlighted the pressure to turn a close boy-girl friendship into a boyfriend-girlfriend relationship from a young age, because of the stigma attached to girls and boys sharing the same interests. During a qualitative study involving interviews with children aged 10, 11 and 12, one boy admitted that he had to pretend his best friend Alice was a cousin for an entire school year, so that they could hang out free from "heterosexual teasing". One boy talked about how his primary school 'girlfriend' of five years helped him cope with the death of his father.