Welcome to the New Yerrrr

This column comes a tad bit late to be of any sort of help to bewildered and stressed January victims since we are already two weeks into January, two weeks into the New Year to be precise – not many want to hear the word January.

So any unsolicited advice could well be seen as just another attempt by a columnist to pad up their importance and up their stock. I think as columnists we are duty-bound to augment the government’s effort to salve the wounds of the jaded population. Obviously without the requisite expertise, some of you might well dismiss this as mere hot air.

So in short, I am not even going to try. Truth is, it is so late in the year that most New Year resolutions by now have fizzled out like a pay cheque in tax season. The New Year always has most of us feeling like we are just stepping off the porch. January always feels like trying to balance a balloon on a pin in a wind tunnel.

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Reconciliation talks excite Batswana

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