• 07
  • Sep

IT SEEMS more and more Namibian artists are trading in the lonely bachelor life for matrimonial bliss.

  • 07
  • Sep

MADE famous by the likes of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley back in the 1950s, skinny jeans have fallen in and out of fashion over the years.

  • 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.

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