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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. 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. 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. Music sales in the Namibian music scene have declined as people scarcely buy compact disks (CDs) and artists earning money from online streaming and downloads is proving to be quite hard while music retailers are limping as well. An unemployed couple, caring for their two-year-old girl with cerebral palsy are seeking employment that will enable them to look after their only daughter. 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. 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. 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. Success is sweet, but how much sweeter when it comes from selling sweets? 30-year-old, Albertina Ndishishi opens up to Youth Corner about how she emerged from humble beginnings to becoming an influential and successful businesswoman. ONDANGWA - While most people see discarded materials as garbage, 31-year old Kamati Eliaser sees it as a consignment of art supplies which puts bread on the table. Desert Air, a flight charter company operating from Windhoek, recently awarded their first bursary beneficiary, Melkesedek Hamukoto with a certificate for qualifying as a pilot, passing his Private Pilot Licence (PPL) examination. If there is one thing that Kwaito star, Exit real name David Shikalepo knew before entering the industry, it would be backstabbers in the music scene.