Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Mon, 2012-04-30 08:18
The International Training College Lingua celebrated their 10th anniversary from April 20 to 27. The institution had various activities lined up for students and lecturers to celebrate the anniversary. Last week Tuesday the institution held a cultural day and students dressed in various cultures’ garments, performed cultural dances and prepared food from specific cultures. On Wednesday last week, the institution held an entrepreneurs day where clothing, jewellery and food were sold. On Friday morning more than 400 learners graduated at the college’s 9th graduation ceremony. Read more about Happy birthday
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-04-27 11:18
Send us your pics! Let us have the photographs of your special occasion or social event. E-mail them to sun@namibiansun. com or bring them to our offices at 11 General Murtala Muhammed Road in Eros, Windhoek. The deadline is Monday at 12h00. Your pictures should have clear captions stating the occasion, the date of the event and the names and surnames of people appearing in the picture from left to right.
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-04-27 11:03
WINDHOEK - NOMHLE KANGOOTUI
The South African music sensation Zahara, as well as our own top class local artists Shishani, Lize Ehlers, PDK, Ponti and Elemotho but to mention a few, are expected to perform in Windhoek next Saturday (May 5).
Born Bulelwa Mkutukana in 1987 at Phumlani Village near East London, she taught herself to play the guitar.
Zahara, which means ‘budding flower’ in Arabic, released a smash hit last year called Loliwe and the album of the same name features 12 soulful folk and traditional music tracks sung in isiXhosa and English. Read more about Zahara is coming
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-04-27 11:02
Stolen Moments, Namibian Music History Untold celebrates and brings back to life the golden age of Namibian popular music from the 1950s to the 1980s, which is entirely unresearched and in danger of disappearing altogether.
This is why we call on all Namibians to participate in this national treasure hunt in order to reconstruct our collective cultural memory. Throughout the next weeks we will print emblematic pictures of our past to stimulate your memory and to retrieve precious information that might otherwise be lost forever. Read more about Stolen Moments
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-04-27 10:57
Because they share a love for music Bones, Chakalaka and Dicksampama decided to stick together through thick and thin. With their streetwise singing and dancing, this group has risen to the upper echelon of Namibian Kwaito Music.
Streetkidz trace back to when they were still a dancing group called Tronix in Katutura. They were spotted by GMP’s Gazza and he asked them to join him as his dancers. “We danced for Gazza for eight years and before that we were dancing at schools and different events,” says Chakalaka. Read more about The GOOD Streetkidz
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Fri, 2012-04-27 10:47
The recent spate of violent crimes in the country has had many Namibians worried and fearing for their own lives. The rate at which these crimes are committed have also led to many calling on stricter measures to curtail such incidences. Namibian Sun went out on the streets to find out what the solution to the killing could be; Read more about Curtailing senseless killings