THE Môreson School for learners with intellectual and developmental disabilities has organised a musical show scheduled for 16 August in partnership with the College of the Arts.
Titled “Come to Our Village – Same but Different” the show will take place in the main auditorium of the National Theatre of Namibia. It will have two slots – one at 11h00 and the other 18h00.
The show is the result of an exchange programme between Namibia and Norway, which has been in operation since 2009.
AFTER three months of intrigue and scheming in the Big Brother house, six housemates from the original 35 are on the home-straight with only the final hurdle ahead of them this Sunday.
Kenya, Malawi, Uganda and Zambia are the only East-Central African countries still with representatives in the house while Southern African neighbours Namibia and South Africa are still in with a shout as their housemates have made it to the finals.
EPILEPSY Namibia, in its fight to create awareness on epilepsy in the country, has scheduled a fashion show for 27 September this year.
The association launched the fashion show on 21 June 2012 which was Epilepsy Day – and also the fifth birthday of Epilepsy Namibia.
The event also aims to boost the organisation’s vocational training programme through which it sells re-cycled material to create an income for people with epilepsy and ensure the financial sustainability of the organisation.
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.