Finding Friendship in 1’s and 0’s: Meet Pi, your Ai Companion 

We live in an age where AI is fast becoming a staple in our everyday lives. From ChatGPT's vast knowledge to Meta AI's innovation, these AI platforms are gradually taking over, and...

Parent’s perspective: A Whole New World, life during Lockdown

As a parent, our first priority is always our children, right? So when this pandemic started I faced so many questions. Should we still have that birthday party? Who do I consider to be...

Namibians March in Memory of President Geingob

Namibia has been engulfed in a wave of grief and reflection following the recent passing of President Hage Gottfried Geingob. Throughout his life, the late president committed himself to the service of...

Putting Down the Weight: Letting Go of Grudges

"To be angry is to let another's mistake punish you."  - Unknown Carrying grudges is akin to bearing heavy weights that only serve to burden our...

Embracing the Journey: Finding Hope and Motivation in the Second Half of the Year

Six months into the year, it's natural to pause and reassess our initial objectives. While the initial enthusiasm for those New Year's resolutions may have faded, and some goals might appear distant,...

The soundtrack of Life: Your playlist

"A good playlist can change your life. A good song can save it." - Jennifer Donnelly Have you ever wondered why some songs just hit differently? How one song...

The A-Positive Blood Type Diet: An In-Depth Look

Imagine a diet tailored not just to your personal preferences or fitness goals but to the very blood coursing through your veins. The concept of a blood type diet might sound peculiar,...

Parenting Perspective: Ruffling the feathers

As a mother-hen, I am admittedly a little bias when it comes to my brood. My children tend to be the friendliest, smartest and undoubtedly have the most potential to become successful. However, the...

What is heritage and how does it link to culture and identity?

On 24 September every year, South Africans observe Heritage Day in remembrance of all the various South African cultures and to celebrate their heritage.  It was first observed as a national holiday in 1995.  In an address...

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