Faith Haushona-Kavamba

Swart Baster, a force to reckon with

It goes without saying that Allan Jonathan, popularly known as Swart Baster, is in a league of his own.

Jean-Michael here to stay

ent  05 decHE gained fame as a solo artist at this year’s Namibia Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) when he took home the title of Best Newcomer,

ANYONE who knows me will tell you that I do not feel particularly attached to my hair as most women do.

The evolution of the party

JUST as humans have evolved from being hunched over primates that picked lice from each other’s fur and ate them to walking upright and achieving some form of civilisation, so the party has also evolved.

Permithias dreams of conquering the world

ent ballet 21 NOVBig Brother Africa Hotshots evictee Elioth Owoseb, popularly known as Permithias is determined to make his dream come true now that Africa has seen how talented he is.

Kafulary at jazz fest

Perhaps hopes were too high with the legendary Salif Keita as the headline act at this year’s Windhoek Jazz Festival, but the festival left a lot to be desired.

It’s a windy afternoon in the picturesque town of Swakopmund and the cool breeze is a welcome change from the unrelenting heat in Windhoek.

I try as much as possible not to judge other people’s fashion sense, or impose my own fashion sense, unless I’m really sure that it is wrong across the board.

You’ve been catfished, again!

If you ever thought that being catfished by someone on the internet was hurtful, then be prepared to be devastated once you get catfished by a holiday destination.

Job accused of hypocrisy

A new controversy has broken out involving former Swapo Party Youth Leader Job Amupanda’s protest about the lack of access to land by the youth.

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