OLD Mutual Namibia has officially announced the names of the artists who will perform at the Windhoek Jazz Festival on Friday 27 July.
Previously known as the “Old Mutual Jazz Encounters”, the insurance giant officially handed the jazz fest over to the City of Windhoek on 12 June.
The organisers announced the names of the artists that would perform at an intimate dinner party held at the 99fm Playhouse Theatre.
NAMIBIAN publishing house Wordweaver will launch two of their first children’s books at the Bank Windhoek Kidz Fun Fair.
The books will include “The Most Important Book” by Noreen Arangies and “When You Dance with the Crocodile” by E. Müller.
Müller’s book is science fiction that promises to grip readers of all ages, but more especially young boys and girls between the ages of 11-14 years.
BANK Windhoek will hold their fourth annual Kidz Fun Fair on Saturday and Sunday (4-5 August).
This year the bank organised the event in collaboration with Limelight Event Marketing. The two-day fair will take place at the SKW sports grounds in Olympia.
The Fun Fair that boasted 12,500 visitors last year expects to be bigger this year, attracting even more visitors.
THE European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) will host a film festival in Windhoek from 4 to 10 August.
EUNIC will screen up to 14 different films during the festival at three venues including the Diogo Cão Language Centre at the International School in Pionierspark, the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) and Goethe Zentrum Windhoek. This year, representatives from 12 European countries chose the best films or documentaries under the theme “Somewhere Else: Searching for a Home”.
Each of the films under this theme will look at the subject of integration into a new country or culture.