Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2011-01-26 09:19
Next month on Monday, 7 February, Namibian artist Ismael Tjijenda will open his new exhibition, ‘The Naked Truth’, at the gallery of the Franco- Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC). Read more about Exhibiting ‘The Naked Truth’
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2011-01-26 09:08
THE 99FM Playhouse kicked off the year with a ‘Meet The DJ’s Cocktail Event’ last week that was hot, despite the rainy weather.
Marco Erasmus definitely brought the heat with his fire-dancing act which added just a little chilli spice to the occasion.
A plethora of designer cocktails soon had tongues wagging and the little room that is all that’s left of the once-vibrant El Cubano, was quickly crammed full as the courtyard became impractical due to the downpour. Nevertheless, high-spirited engagement was the order of the night and, no doubt, some interesting acquaintances were made. Read more about Hot at Playhouse
WITH just one season underway, Namibia’s top model reality show is already listed by Wikipedia’s list of countries to host top model shows. But this show is nothing like the Tyra Banks’ show ‘America’s Next Top Model’. Read more about Nam’s Top Model reality show
FAMAZ ATTAK ... The Namibian rock band entertained audiences last Friday night at Barnyard after
Pennylane opened for them. Famaz Attak quickly had the audience on their feet and dancing to the
music, according to Sun journalist Ellanie Smit. The band will be playing at Zenzo lounge this Friday
at 19h00. Read more about FAMAZ ATTAK
THE schedule for the MTC 1.5 Mixa Live virtual concert demanded near-perfect timing as the entire concert was broadcast live on NBC television as well as on most of Namibia’s favourite radio stations, as well as on the Internet through live streaming from MTC websites. Read more about MTC Brings Namibian music together
Despite a poor attendance at the Vegkop stadium behind Windhoek High School last Saturday, the Blacksheep Show had to go on, and it did.
Contrary to earlier reports that tickets had been sold out, only a little more than 300 people were in attendance to brave the icy wind and the wet grass on the night, and even they had to wait for their satisfaction. The show was mysteriously delayed starting well after the ticket-stated time of 18h00 with the first act only getting on stage well after 19h00. Read more about The Blacksheep Show