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Have we lost our morality?

JOSY NGHIPANDUA
Celeb talk

It seems it has become virtually impossible for Namibians to browse through our daily and weekly newspapers without being confronted by yet another gruesome case of rape or passion killing. Read more about Have we lost our morality?

Who will be Namibia’s master chef?

WINDHOEK - NOMHLE KANGOOTUI
CONTRIBUTED

Team Namibia’s Plate of Namibia Competition 2013 has received an overwhelming response from the public - nearly 65 valid entries across the country. Read more about Who will be Namibia’s master chef?

Art with a difference

WINDHOEK - NOMHLE KANGOOTUI

The Namibia Business Innovation Centre (NBIC) will host an exhibition titled #Gurose #khoa-e di tamase meaning, First do no harm by internationally-renowned artist John Sampson. Read more about Art with a difference

Gazza humbled by mom’s death

WINDHOEK - NOMHLE KANGOOTUI
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The flamboyant Gazza tjill has gotten used to, was been replaced by a more humble and withdrawn version of Kwaito master, during an interview this week. Read more about Gazza humbled by mom’s death

It’s time to be proud of Namibia

Sledge Kamine is celebrating his 40th anniversary in showbiz at the Khomasdal Community Hall from March 9-13. Kamine has over the years featured in bands like the Baronages, The Ugly Creatures, Dead Woods, CFP and the Bee Bop Brothers. He will be paying tribute to Motown legends like Lou Rawls, The Temptations, The O’Jays during his show. His band members will consist of legends like Baby Doeseb on guitar, Gerson on bass and Lebo on drums. Entrance is N$50. Read more about It’s time to be proud of Namibia

Back in time

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Sledge Kamine is celebrating his 40th anniversary in showbiz at the Khomasdal Community Hall from March 9-13. Kamine has over the years featured in bands like the Baronages, The Ugly Creatures, Dead Read more about Back in time

That’s Racist has its moments

NOMHLE K
VIDEO REVIEW

I am sure most of you have seen Trevor Noah’s That’s Racist and even had a chance to see him live at the National Theatre of Namibia last year. Read more about That’s Racist has its moments

Dance me to the end of love

WINDHOEK - GORDON JOSEPH
FEODORA VON FRANCOIS

Walvis Bay born dancer Rusher, real name Phillip Alweendo, is slowly making a name for himself in the entertainment industry by dancing to the tune of his dreams. Rusher who refers to himself as a professional Hip-Hop dancer says that he actually makes a living out of dancing. He wants to live in a society where young people realise that dancing can be more than a hobby, that it can actually be a career. Read more about Dance me to the end of love

Historic African Tour for Elemotho

WINDHOEK - NOMHLE KANGOOTUI
CONTRIBUTED

Seasoned musician Elemotho made us proud by taking local music globally for years. He also put Namibia squarely in the spotlight when he won the RFI-France 24 Discovery Music Award last year. This singer/songwriter and guitarist will be taking his distinctive charm and Namibian flavour to 24 African countries as part of the prize he won.

He has been touring internationally since 2006 and says it is time to tour Africa, “It will be an honour and I am looking forward to this tour. Having toured from Berlin to Madrid and now Africa is like completing the circle.” Read more about Historic African Tour for Elemotho

Putting Boetitjie’s sweet soul to rest

WINDHOEK - NOMHLE KANGOOTUI
NOMHLE KANGOOTUI

Hubert Boetitjie Kavandje, who was a darling among theatre lovers and actors, died in Windhoek on Sunday night at the age of 47. He gained his fame through small theatre plays before and after Namibia’s independence. Read more about Putting Boetitjie’s sweet soul to rest

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