With all due respect, Americans will blow themselves until they go blue in the face and lose feeling in their mouth and still not feel satisfied.
Newly appointed Windhoek West Constituency Councillor George Trepper this week handed over much needed equipment to nine Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
At the risk of having people lynch me on social media and have them dub me a “hater” – as often happens when one gives an honest critique in Namibia – I would like to throw in my two cents about Katutura.
If you love foreign rom-coms (romantic comedies) and drama, then the Goethe Centre should be the best place for you to watch movies for the next week.
Growing up in pre-independence Namibia, the Ndilimani Cultural Group became very recognisable with its catchy tunes and kwasa-kwasa dance moves.
I will be the first to admit I am guilty of being a fashexists, yes, fashexists, which basically means fashion sexist.
Florian Schott’s Katutura made history last week when it became the first Namibian film to be screened by Ster-Kinekor.
There’s a lump in your throat, tears are swelling just behind your eyelids and you feel you are about to cry.
CLOSE your eyes and imagine you are at your ideal holiday destination taking in the culture, making new friends and creating memories that will last a lifetime.
PANIC-stricken Chelsea Fashions clients this week rushed to the fabric shop to stock up on materials in preparation for its closing.
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