WINDHOEK- After dropping numerous Extended Plays (EP’s) over the years, Lil Dog better known as Carlos J Camilo is working hard to make sure his debut album titled ‘The New Testament’ will standout amongst the best.
WINDHOEK - Kwaito singer, Eric Sell (better known as EES) has been forced to seek funding to release his album after Sony Germany let him down.
WINDHOEK - The Brave Warriors yesterday played to a goalless draw against Comoros in the second leg of the African Nations Championship match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium here.
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WINDHOEK - It was no secret when GMP and Mshasho fans and artists chose alliances in favour of one or the other back then. In the middle of it all, music sensation Sunny Boy sided with The Dogg (now King Tee
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WINDHOEK – Two of Namibia’s leading para-athletes Ananias Shikongo and Johannes Nambala have left for Holland to intensify their preparations for next month’s World Para-athletics Grand Prix Series taking place 28-30 August in Paris, France.
WINDHOEK - Moses Kairimuti, also known as DJ Mo, has decided to put his dark past behind him and concentrate on his brand, which will include MO Cell, MO Q and MO Cash.
WINDHOEK - Ogoba Butterfly, arguably one of Namibia’s most successful music labels when it comes to investing in local talent and growing them into recognisable brands, will be ushering in a new chapter when it
WINDHOEK – Kinda Boxing Promotions, in partnership with AC Boxing, will next month stage a mega boxing bonanza dubbed ‘Night of Prospects’, which will see the country’s top young pugilists go toe-to-toe
WINDHOEK – Namibia women’s senior football team, the Brave Gladiators’ assiduous striker Beverly Uueziua, who plies her trade for Fu Jen Catholic University in Taiwan, says she is ready to plough back the
WINDHOEK - Africa Institutional Management Services (Aims) on Friday, July 19, received their Approved Training Organisations certificate (ATO) enabling them to give training in the aviation sector. The certificate