• 21
  • Sep

AN excited Papa Sukali recently dropped by the Windhoek Observer offices bringing news of the release of their third studio album.

  • 21
  • Sep

WYCLEF Jean claims ex-lover and bandmate Lauryn Hill lied to him about the paternity of her son.
The hip-hop star had an affair with the singer during the group’s 90s heyday and he says one of the reasons the band split was because Lauryn tricked him into believing her first-born son was his, when, in fact, the father was Bob Marley’s son Rohan.

  • 21
  • Sep

THOKOZA’S Tshidi Tenyane (29) failed to receive enough votes to stay in the South African Idols competition this week, and since the Judges’ Save was no longer in play, she had to bid farewell to her Idols dream on Tuesday night.

  • 14
  • Sep

ent mampi 14 sepZAMBIAN R&B singer Mampi Mukape, who was a Big Brother Africa Stargame contestant this year, is set to perform in Namibia for the first time.


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