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Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) has played host to what is to be an annual festival ‘SPYL Pop-Up’ with over a hundred of the party’s young members in attendance and a variety of shows, exhibitions and stalls showcasing various products. Reacting to the extreme levels of femicide and domestic violence that has plagued the country, local musicians also joined forces to fight the scourge by composing songs condemning the act. A trailblazer is defined as a go-getter, creator, and trendsetter. If this notion holds, then the woman dubbed “media guru” definitely fits the bill. Local artist D-Kay has been on our radar since 2017 with the release of his debut single ‘Ependa’ that made a grand entrance into the country’s music scene. With an ever-growing population and the increasing need for food, technology is being used today to massively increase farm output, to make predictions, to access funding, and so forth. In the early 2000s, multiple music stars topped the charts that have since gone missing in action or at least shifted gears in their careers. Marika Elago, a 22-year-old nursing science student at the Welwitschia Health Training Centre says she aims to establish an orphanage that will advantage teen mothers and vulnerable children once she becomes a qualified nurse. The fashion industry may still be battling with adversity but nothing like a bothersome pandemic could lead to something as unprecedented as fashion week being cancelled, so the show must go on. KFC Namibia 50/50 prize was won by Local artists Sensei and Vikta juice boy. South African award-winning veteran journalist Milton Nkosi has urged media practitioners to avoid practicing ‘armchair journalism’. Raised by a charitable mother, entrepreneur and student Petrus Hatupopi’s dream was to always make a positive impact in his community, and it is turning into a reality. Fransina Mukunisha (22) is part of a new breed of culinary entrepreneurs who are making a name for themselves right out of their home kitchens, using social media to promote their events. When your favourite songs from back in the day come on, you can’t help but sing along but have you ever wondered where some of these hitmakers are? A case of assault was opened yesterday against a Windhoek woman, who allegedly attacked a 28-year-old woman in the early hours of Friday in Goreangab. Residents of Goreangab informal settlement are demanding increased security from the City of Windhoek. The enrollment of Kiswahili in schools, which was planned to start this year, still is uncertain, as the executive director in the Ministry of Education, Sanet Steenkamp says the introduction of the language is not a main priority at the moment. Kutisa puo ya Siswahili mwalikolo kone kulibelezwi kukala unumwaha, kusa nyandaela mi muzamaisi yomuhulu wa liluko la tuto Sanet Steenakamp, ubulela kuli kutisa puo ya Siswahili hakitaba ya putako kwamuuso kanako ya cwale. As the resumption of face-to-face teaching for schools in the country is approaching, measures like handwashing, physical distancing, mask-wearing, and temperature checks are being integrated into school life. Representative movements of students in Namibia, the Namibia National Students Organisation (Nanso) and the Student Union of Namibia (SUN) have set the tone for the year and gave the direction of their institutions for 2021. The new record label in town Remember The Eagle (RTE) and local music group, Slaughterhouze has divorced after skirmishes over performance revenues.