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City Flea Market a treasure trove

IF YOU are like me, you are one of the few women who hate shopping. The long queues, hopping from shop to shop, dealing with rude shop assistants, and after all that not finding what you need.

Revere those men thought provoking

COMMENTS about Hafeni Muzanima’s latest undertaking flooded social media this week after the play titled Revere them those Men premiered at the National Theatre of Namibia.

I am one of those people who will shamelessly admit that I can never walk away from a good thing, even if it kicks me in the face and knocks out my front teeth in a bid to run away from me.

Maria reaches for the stars

Locally, Maria Nepembe is one of the few former Big Brother Africa housemates who used the opportunities provided by the reality TV show to make her dreams come true successfully.

Hotshots in full swing

Wooden mic contenders, exotic dancers with no rhythm to save their lives and well meaning poets who were geared to hit the mark, but missed it instead.

P-Square call on Africans to support artists

ent square 3 OctDURING their brief visit to Namibia last week, award winning and internationally acclaimed musical duo P-Square urged all African nations to help their artists become a success. P-Square is comprised of Nigerian born identical twins Peter and Paul Okoye, who are signed to Akon’s Konvict Muzik label.

When Terminator 2: Judgement Day was released in theatres a couple of decades ago, I am pretty sure I was only a few weeks old.

Woman on a mission

HEM Matsi is without question one of the most successful designers in Namibia. Last year she combined her activism against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and her love for fashion to create a haunting and truthful collection that carried the message of her cause.

IRT to become household name

ANY fashion designer or clothing manufacturer in Namibia will tell you that fashion is not the most profitable business venture, especially when you’re just starting out.

Helping Icarus fly with crowd funding

ent  perivi 12 augAward-winning writer and film director Perivi Katjavivi has teamed up with Tshuutheni Emvula aka Becoming Phill and award-winning filmmaker Joel Haikali to create a contemporary African rendition of the Greek myth Icarus that delves on failed ambition. The film becomes the first local film to be crowd funded.

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