• July 7th, 2020

POSTS BY Aletta Shikololo

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The jack of all sounds is back

After being gone for a while to further his studies in art and music, local pianist, music producer, music tutor, and the jack of all sounds, Hans Gariseb, is back to finish what he started.


Ekondombolo goes back to school

If you think you are too old to pursue your life goals, then the Oshiwambo pioneer rapper, Shikololo is living proof that you can persevere and chase your dreams at any age.


15-year-old in humanitarian action

15-year-old Naftali Malakia’s dream of becoming a humanitarian has materialised, as he spends the lockdown period assisting people who are sick in his community and helping his peers with their school work.


Artists take on Father’s Day

Father’s Day is coming up on June 21st and Entertainment Now! caught up with some household names in the Entertainment industry who are fathers, to share their views on what Father’s Day means to them.


Teqla out and about

Even though her fans have not heard from her for a while, Namibia’s golden songstress, Teqla said the nation is not ready for what she has been working on.


Popya - Die Bangos the hotdog king

From dancer to entrepreneur, Eino Amaambo, popularly known as Die Bangos, said making a mark in the food business was an uphill climb; however, hard work and determination paved his way to the top.


Berthold returns from retirement

Despite announcing his departure from music earlier this year, local RnB singer Berthold announced to Entertainment Now! that he had changed his mind and will be back making music.


Wambuseun says bye to music

The pioneer of Afrikaans rap in Namibia, Wambuseun real name Lownan Nangombe will be retiring from the music business after 22 years of serving as the notable black Afrikaans rapper in the country.


Moyo enlightens the student’s adversities to funding  

RUNDU – Ansfried Moyo, a student leader at the University of Namibia (Unam) in Rundu has taken the burden on his shoulders to assist students who were rejected by the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) despite meeting the requirements.


Hip Hop heavyweights reunite

To say the return of the rap game’s most beloved acts in the country was unexpected would be an understatement. These are some of the artists that brought and awakened the hip-hop culture in the country, and their reunion came as a surprise to the music industry.


Amazing Kids Private School far ahead with virtual learning

While some schools are just beginning with e-learning, the Amazing Kids Private School and Academy is already ahead with the curriculum. The school started the online classes at the beginning of April and they are already chasing the end of the syllabi.


Exile down but not out

Last weekend, Entertainment Now! caught up with Exile, one of the most talented rappers in the country from back in the days. He is known to be one of the members of the popular group, ‘The Kalaharians’, and one of the artists who were at the forefront of the music industry in the country from the 90s to the early 2000s.