• December 6th, 2019

POSTS BY Strauss Lunyangwe

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Cabinet authorise horses mackerel TAC

WINDHOEK - Minister of Information and Communication Technology (Mict) Stanley Simataa has announced the new total allowable catch (TAC) for commercial marine fishery for the new year starting from 1 January to 31 December 2020.

Kaptein Tswazi releases'The Reward'

WINDHOEK- Former Tswazi group member, Milton Mootseng, popularly known as Kaptein Tswazi, has joined the bandwagon of releasing his album before the NAMAs deadline today titled 'The Reward'.

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CD sales spike for NAMAs deadline

WINDHOEK - Timing in the music industry is key when you plan to release an album and most artists have chosen to release albums during the months of November and December, particularly this time around. 

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D-Naff warns public against a fraudster

WINDHOEK-D-Naff, real name Naftalie Shigwedha Amukwelele, on Monday blasted a fraudster on social media for swindling money from the public purporting they would join his (D-Naff) music stable and also help the so-called boxer with his expenses for a fight in the UK.

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‘Untitled’ celebrates unsung artists

WINDHOEK- A new local web series titled ‘Untitled’, which follows the lives of seven different artists in Windhoek, aims to show how artists are people and how they struggle, especially in their line of work and finding their place in the industry.

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NASCAM CEO to head continental body

WINDHOEK- The Namibian Society of Composers and Authors of Music (NASCAM) Chief Executive Officer Eino-John Max, was recently appointed to be  Chairperson of the Confederation of International Society of Composers and Authors  (CISAC) Africa Committee on a three-year term.