The prize-giving ceremony of the Namibia Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) is a very important event in the entertainment industry – it is a promise fulfilled.

More Namibian skulls to return in August

The remaining skulls of the OvaHerero and Nama people in Germany are set to return in August despite reports that government does not have the financial resources to send a delegation to the European country.

NAMA prizes still missing in action

The 2018 Namibian Annual Music Award (NAMAs) prize-giving ceremony that the rules of the event state will take a month after the main event, has not happened yet.

NAMA budget cut causes tech glitches

The backstage crew of the 2018 Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) during an exclusive interview with the Windhoek Observer shortly after the event revealed their technical challenges due to the lack of sufficient funding. 

Rinelda’s Diary: NAMA excitement

It’s NAMA time - Yippee!  The 2018 Namibia Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) and all the buzz, fashion design preparations, speculation about front runners,

Suzy and Sally hit the NAMA nominations jackpot

Local saxophonist Suzy Eises and Sally Ephraim Keya, our own Sally Boss Madam, have topped the 2018 Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) nominations list. 

At the table

Monday, 15 May 2017, will go down in history as a very important date.  On that day, President Geingob received a delegation of Nama and OvaHerero traditional leaders to talk about matters related to the genocide perpetrated against the Nama and OvaHerero people. High-Five, President Geingob.

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