THE National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) in collaboration with Namibian Women’s Summit, DB audio, Salon Lee and Queenspark officially launched the sixth edition of ‘A SistaThang’ on Wednesday 18 July.
Steadfast in the belief that women are the pillars of society, NTN initiated the project to celebrate women through music and give them a platform to share their unique talents.
This year’s ‘SistaThang’ under the theme “Feminine Fiesta” will be in support of the annual Women’s Summit.
Speaking at the launch, Werner Thaniseb, the manager of the NTN, said that they were trying to bring life back to music and that the female artists that would perform at this year’s event made up a formidable team.
“I WANT to see where my acting career goes and maybe Fifi and I will try modelling,” Junia Cloete says, the second of Namibia’s three representatives in this year’s Big Brother Africa StarGame.
Fifi is the nickname other housemates affectionately gave to her round tummy during her stay in the house before her eviction two weeks ago . . . and she seems to like and even adopted the name.
NAMIBIAN flour manufacturers Bakpro launched a national baking competition at the annual Tourism Expo that started in Windhoek on 8 June.
The competition, which Bakpro has split into two categories for amateurs and professional bakers, will start on a regional basis before going national. The finals of the competition will be held in Windhoek on 5 and 6 October this year.
CLIFTON Rodger may not be a household name in music yet but he is fast making his way to the top.
Rodger (32), who goes by the stage name Black A-moor, is based in Walvis Bay although he is originally from Windhoek.
He was drawn to music from an early age. “Musician back then focused on the lyrics, it influenced people’s lives,” he says, and that is what made him want to start rapping.