Confidente, 31 August 2017, Girls open up about cyberbullying

Confidente, 21 September 2017, EFE’s Passion is Children

New Era, 13 September 2017, Cinderella Ball inspires young women

New Era, 8 September 2017, Model Hatago empowers young women

The Namibian, 20 October 2016, Young woman urges youth to create own employment–own

The Namibian, 13 October 2016, Runaway bride at a tender age

The Namibian, 07 October 2016, Ongwediva students damand removal of Lecturer

The Namibian, 15 July 2016, Lizelle Esterhuizen on being Miss Namibia 2016

The Namibian, 1 July 2016, Catching up with Chikune

The Namibian, 1 July 2016, Sporty Steffi’s Miss Namibia reign draws to a close–Reign-Draws-to-a-Close/152666/archive-read

Namibian Sun, 17th of June 2015, “Standing up for the African child”

Namibian Sun, 7 May 2015, “Vulnerable kids receive clothes and food”

New Era, 27 April 2015, “Epupa the most education deprived”

The Namibian, 24 April 2015, “Islamic school ‘bans running’ over virginity fears”

Namibian Sun, 20 April 2015, “Youth project needs assistance”

The Namibian, 16 April 2015, “More children exposed to domestic violence”

Namibian Sun, 15 April 2015, “Parenting, child behaviour in spotlight”

New Era, 14 April 2015, “Girls prefer baby-sitting to schooling”

Namibian Sun, 14 April 2015, “Man faces 145 child sex offences”

Namibian Sun, 14 April 2015, “Juvenile centre cards for karas”

The Namibian, 9 April 2015, “Parents want principal removed”

Namibian Sun, 25 March 2015, “Towards a Namibia fit for children”

Namibian Sun, 16 March 2015, “Girl not molested during ten-day abduction ordeal”

The Namibian, 25 February 2015, “EU launch project for vulnerable children”

The Namibian, 24th of February 2015, “Youth Get Involved Via Omaruru Youth Health Club”

Namibian Sun, 10th of February 2015, “Govt lashed over kids in prison”

Namibian Sun, 9th of February 2015, “Two young girls found dead in Kunene”

Namibian Sun, 19th of January 2015, “Tsumeb parents told to control their kids”

Namibian Sun, 6th of January 2015, “Exile kids swap sex for food”

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