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We all remember Ngatu for his multi-instrumental skills and undeniable electric performances but did you know that this gem of an artist is one of the founders of the Shambo music genre? A Somali businessman, who runs a grocery shop alongside Clemens Kapuuo Street in Katutura Central, said he is willing to give up his business for a police station With the youth having interest in contesting for upcoming elections, Youth Corner reached out to some candidates from different parties to share their manifestos and plans for their constituencies. The local visual artists gathered last weekend at the gallery to paint, create and tell stories the best way they know. The family of the late Shannon Wasserfall whose body was found buried in a shallow grave in the dunes at Walvis Bay a month ago said though they have forgiven the suspected murderers; they still need to understand why they had to do it. Being one of the few Oshiwambo speaking women who play a musical bow called Okambulumbumbwa, Lucia Amunyela is trying to save the slowly dying Oshiwambo musical arts as she embarks on her musical journey. The launch set to take place today at Van Rhyn Primary School in Windhoek, will kick off the advocacy programme and launch the colourful new logo for IPESS. POPYA with Harry Simon Jr In March 2016, Rejoice Kandukira’s life changed forever. The lunacy of 2020 may have thrown music release schedules into chaos, but the final months of the year promise to be the usual chartbuster affair, as many artists are now crawling out of their shells with new music. SWAKOPMUND – Stella is a name that has a bit of clout, especially in the local music circles – and she is as well-known as any of our best-known musicians in the country but have you ever wondered to where the ‘Kapepo’ hitmaker disappeared? Avid book worms in Namibia and hopefully the rest of the world are in for a treat as seasoned author Absalom Haikela has decided to release yet another book, titled ‘The Homeless Professor’. In his second year while studying digital communication and technology at the International University of Management (IUM) Werner Alweendo quit school, not because he gave up on studying but because he wanted to follow his numerous and diverse other abilities and interests. MTC in partnership with the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), UNDP and other stakeholders awarded prizes to the most promising local innovators on Monday through the annual Innovation Bazaar. Back in the day when the music industry was still young and thriving, Kavax aka Black Chinese, “Most of my days are scheduled. Monday would be a workout day, Tuesday would be rehearsals for Song Night, Wednesday – Song Night LIVE, Thursday – recording with Regain Trust TV programme, Friday – workout day, Former Miss Teen Continental, Chanique Rabe, was crowned Miss Supranational Namibia recently at Droombos after excelling through all rounds and questions on social issues. There was huge enthusiasm among voters yesterday, with mostly young people thronging polling stations to exercise their civic duty and be part of the electoral process. As the country grapples with rising sexual gender-based violence, a group of men have taken a stand to demand an end to the scourge. Seasoned actor and producer Dalton Ashikoto has gone one up in ploughing back into the local television and film industry by creating a brand-new series titled ‘The Edge’.