• 31
  • Aug

WHO will walk away with the coveted title this season?
The question lingers on as South Africa’s Top 7 Idols contestants gave pop music anthems a unique twist on Sunday night, accompanied by special guests the Drakensberg Boys Choir, who provided a choral background, at the Mosaïek Teatro in Johannesburg.

  • 31
  • Aug

THE western world led by the United States and its NATO allies and the eastern world led by the Soviet Union became bitter enemies in the confrontation known as the Cold War from 1947 to 1991.
The Cold War began after the fall of Nazi Germany, which left the US and the USSR with large ideological and economic differences.

  • 31
  • Aug

WINDHOEK City Police have issued a stern warning to parents and club owners who turn a blind eye to the scourge of alcohol abuse by children below the age of 18 years.
The warning follows the disastrous “Project X” copycat party held in Eros two weeks ago and a general increase in the number of teenagers found inebriated at bars and night clubs.
Speaking to the Windhoek Observer, Public and Community Relations Officer at the City Police Helena Mootseng warned the culprits that the long arm of the law would catch up with them eventually.

  • 31
  • Aug

FLAMBOUYANT DJ Flava, whose real name is Wilson Banda, hosted his 32nd birthday party at the Chez Ntemba V.I.P lounge last Saturday.
The DJ is well known for throwing lavish birthday parties and he stayed true to form when he invited South African group Black Motion to perform at the event.

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