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From being a chef in Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) to working for Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC), Rodney Seibeb is a good definition of ‘dreams are valid’. Born Tulinane Amushila, Tulisan, who has been in and out of the music industry, has proven to his fans he is more than just a cute face and he is ready to claim what is his in the industry. The Omunangeshefa singer, Albert Uulenga, well known by his stage name Mushe, will be hosting his first concert local is lekker this year from 2 to 5 April 2020 in all regions around the country. A school in Oshikoto region suddenly closed its doors on Valentine’s Day due to low enrolment. Born and bred in Oshiteyi village, Stephanie Katusuva was never taught how to do gymnastics; it is because of her passion and determination that she taught herself the skills. Delta School Windhoek, previously known as Deutsche Oberschule Windhoek, turned 50 years on Friday. Owned by Joel Mwatilefu, JJJJ Investments will be offering free hairdressing training to young people, especially those who are unemployed. OKAKANGO – Namibians from all walks of life have reacted positively to the plight of a 21-year-old woman from Okakango village who was abandoned by her mother since she was 16 years old. Namibian house dance artist, Gideon Eiseb, better known as Chester has confirmed to Entertainment Now! that he has divorced Mshasho music production. A book, written to educate the youth against alcohol abuse, titled Bottlenecks of Katutura will be launched next week Monday at the UN Plaza in Katutura. Award-winning blogger, speaker, author, engineer and a jack of all trades, Mavis Braga-Elias launched her own website on Friday. Namibian upcoming artists are trying their best to capture the attention of music lovers which is why BTU Booster came up with the hit ‘Ngono othondoro’ and dropped his first album titled ‘Come together’.