Learning during lockdown

Albin Jacobs With Stage 2 of the phased State of Emergency set to run for another few weeks, life really has transformed in Namibia. Life as we know it across the globe has changed forever. We have all been trying to keep busy, some still just trying to work from home, others baking, learning to paint, catching up on sleep or rehearsing the ever-important TikTok dances. We all cope in different ways. Some are picking up studies that fell by the wayside, or finally finding the time to sit and think how to develop themselves academically. This is where distance…
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