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The “national flower” of Namibia blooms again!

  Maybe it's just me, but it seems to me that, after an immediate rush to use paper shopping bags when we started paying for plastic shopping bags, there has been a gradual slide away from the greener option back to plastic shopping bags. And it seems it's not just California, the first US state to impose tax and restrictions on single-use platic shopping bags, there has been a […]

todayFebruary 27, 2024 3


The result of a “close encounter”…sings The Who!?

Imagine the scenario, if you can...fading tennis star meets waitress at the restaurant Nobu in London. The two of them are overcome with lust and, rather than wait a couple of minutes like adults to find a shag pad, they decide a broom closet is ideal. So they go in where they don't have full sex but, how shall I put it, a "Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinski" moment. She […]

todayFebruary 15, 2024 12


Critics versus Artists : Duran Duran’s cover of “Perfect Day”

It's an eternal critics versus the artists that create the songs or albums. It's astonishing how different not only critics' opinions are (and yes, they are opinions and by definition subjective). As far as movies go, it has almost become an unwritten rule that, if you simply watch movies for its entertsinment vaue and as a form of escapism, you should avoid films that are rated highly by critics […]

todayFebruary 15, 2024 3


“Potbrood” for dummies – like me!

  I enjoy camping, and have been getting back into it recently after about two decades of no camping at all. The reasons behind that is a long story (which I am currently just marginally not drunk enough to relate to you), but the net effect is that I'm getting out there about one weekend a month with my dependable (and mildly terrifying camping buddy - who I am still […]

todayFebruary 12, 2024 16 2


It’s time for the 2024 International Young Chef Olympiad

Chef Terry Jenkison and the Namibian contestant at this year's Young Chef Olympiad, Benita Ishekwa, are heading to India shortlty to represent Namibia on that international culinary stage. The International Young Chef Olympiad kicked off on an annual basis in 2015, and has since grown to 60 nations.  

todayJanuary 17, 2024 22


Bill Ryder-Jones…the best musician you’ve (probably) never heard of

William Edward Ryder-Jones-his name sounds as if he's a posh English toff or a member of the British House of Lords- is one of the best singer/songwriters around, yet, he's hardly made a blip on the international scene. Bill Ryder-Jones started out as founding member and lead guitarist of The Coral, but after 8 years, he left to pursue a solo career. His fifth album, "Iechyd Da" (which means "good […]

todayJanuary 8, 2024 18


Pentatonix goes “Christmas”…again…

OK so my aversion to Christmas music is well known. As pointed out on a previous blog, though, it isn't  really about the music per se. In fact Christmas songs and carols are some of the best known and best loved songs out there. Little wonder, then, that they are some of the most covered songs in existence. "Silent Night", "White Christmas" and "Jingle Bells" are the most covered songs […]

todayDecember 18, 2023 31

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