• September 29th, 2020

POSTS BY Aletta Shikololo

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Mandela’s life comes to life on paper

The imaginary Mandela Shikongo’s fight against trials and tribulations inspired Author Natasha Domingo to put the character’s life to existence in her new fictional novel, ‘Mandela’s struggles’, which will be launched today.


Afro pop singer goes solo

When musicians leave a band, especially a good one to pursue a solo career, it can sometimes be the first step to massive success or turn out risky for some.


The rise of a young innovator

16 years old, Berhane Wheeler is probably like any other teenager who is into digital games but what makes him stand out from a crowd is that he is into the business of developing them.


King Tee Dee, Sally nominated for AFRIMMA awards

Multi-award-winning musicians King Tee Dee and Sally are once again in the running for awards at the African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) set to be a virtual affair due to the Covid-19 pandemic to be held on 15th November 2020 in Dallas, Texas.


Kapana gets international recognition

Ombetja Yehinga Organisation (OYO) has once again achieved a great milestone as their new film, Kapana got nominated at two Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) film festivals in the United States.


Kati, Namibia’s first cotton eater

Creative director, conceptual model and stylist Silvanus Ndiweda, aka ‘Kati the cotton eater’, is undeniably making a mark in the Namibian fashion scene with his unique crazy vintage style, which makes him Namibia’s first cotton eater.


Zulu Boy turns passion into impact

Growing up with charitable parents, visual artist, Pinehas Shikulo popularly known as Zulu Boy’s dream was to always make a positive impact in his community, and it is turning into a reality.


Young artist expresses herself through art

Budding artist and blogger, Esther Eino (22) commonly known, as Selff is keen to make a name for herself in the visual art industry with her exquisite artwork. Born and bred in Walvis Bay, Selff discovered her passion during the lockdown and never looked back.


Alvara releases touching tribute

RnB and Afro soul artist Alvara recently released a song, titled ‘Paul’, to honour her late brother-in-law Paul Lawrence, who passed away in May this year in a tragic drowning incident in Swakopmund.


Young activists to drive change

The youth is said to be the leaders of tomorrow; however, for these advocates of change, they are leaders of today, and their involvement in politics might boost youth activism in the country.


Matric farewells in limbo...as Covid-19 cases continue to rise

Dressing up in flashy outfits, arriving in a classy vehicle, and walking on the red carpet alongside your matric date while photographers capture the beautiful moments is a dream come true for most matriculates, however, things might go south for the class of 2020 as Covid-19 continues prevailing.


Haikela launches inspiration novel 

Author Absalom Haikela recently launched his first book titled ‘Ounongo wapewa elai’ meaning ‘Wisdom given to a Fool’ in Oshiwambo. Haikela told Entertainment Now! the book is dedicated to all young people.