• 31
  • Aug

MULTIPLE-AWARD winning artiste Brewen Diergaardt popularly known as Elvo made a strategic move last week by signing to Done Deal Records.
The 33-year-old producer who had his own recording company struck the deal with DDR, owned by Yugoslavian businessperson Djokic Dragan – known by his alias Antonio – after two years of negotiations.

  • 24
  • Aug

THE who’s who of Windhoek’s party-goers flocked to the D-Club in large numbers for the long-awaited Big Brother StarGame eviction party which was held last Saturday and a chance to meet the three celebrity housemates at one spot.
Customarily, each Big Brother representative holds their own eviction party as soon as they return home from South Africa where the reality show is hosted, but this time the contestants decided to hold a joint party.

  • 24
  • Aug

MANY stories, some of them horrific, have circulated about the great lengths women go to enhance their beauty using artificial hair.
Whether it is 100 percent synthetic hair, Indian, Brazilian, Peruvian or unnamed 100 percent human hair, many women have not bargained for what comes their way.
There is the story of a woman in Windhoek who had a Brazilian hair weave put on her head and ended up with maggots in her head.

  • 24
  • Aug

RAP, often closely linked with hip-hop, is a form of expression that is deeply rooted in the African culture and oral tradition and has been around for many generations – a tradition started by our forefathers.
While anyone can simply explain rap as reciting rhymes, hip-hop extends the art form by adding positive vibe and melody to the beats.

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