Monthly Archives: February 2012

Of beggar kings and forgotten peons

Last year, as I was coming out of Shoprite, a group of boys, approached me. At firstĀ  I thought that they were going to rob me, until I realized that they were from a certain school. They were looking for … Continue reading

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The slow hand of Justice

Shalli came out guns blazing and told Martha Imalwa, “I want my money!” Martha Imalwa still insists that Shalli got his funds through corrupt means. I have no idea how many old ladies Shalli had to off to get 2.8 … Continue reading

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The state of the nation

If there ever was a time to stop boozing and smoking, it is now. According to the Namibian, the price of liquor will jump by up to 20% as from today. So will the price of cigarettes. If you haven’t … Continue reading

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Honour the Father and the Son

Soon we will have the Father of The Nation on all our legal tender. He is a great man and every Namibian must show him the respect he deserves. That is why I propose that we name everything after him. … Continue reading

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Interlude.

Too lazy to write something, so I decided to play at poet…I hope you like it. Wrote it for a friend who was about to give up.. When dusk screams its defiance at the dying day, Do not despair, my … Continue reading

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Director of thugs?

What is it with our officials and childish behaviour? First it was Kazenambo holding an Olympics event between his mouth and his brain. Now we have an Education director trying to audition for a kung fu movie at an official … Continue reading

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Groupthink and celebrities…

It seems that many Namibia suffer from celebrititis. For those of you who do not know, it is an infection of the brain that makes a person want to be famous at any cost. And when they can’t become famous … Continue reading

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