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Biomedical equipment technician, Leevi Immanuel started a personal project of assisting Covid-19 patients, who are finding themselves at odds when it comes to the inefficiency of their oxygen concentrators, by boosting the machine to operate at a longer period. The Namibian National Student Organisation (Nanso) has played a significant role in student activism, and established itself as more than just a student organisation, as it caters to scope outside academia, including psychosocial support. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought along a lot of worries to some, while others have taken advantage of the lonely time by honing their skills, like Debby Esther Amagola (22), who started baking and has now turned a hobby into a business. Is there ever a lady who does not like fashion, interior design and all the finer things in life? These are things Nomvula Mapolombo Mbwaluh is passionate about and makes sure the passion manifests in her home setting. The top trending and quite disturbing clip circulating on social media is of several mourners seen gathered en masse, some spinning cars and one seen discharging live ammunition rounds at the Gammams Cemetery in Pioneerspark while other funerals were underway. Namibia’s population grew from 1.8 million in 2001 to 2.1 million in 2011, while it is estimated to be at 2.5 million this year. Deputy information minister Emma Theofelus envisions and hopes to see a future in 2030, where adolescent girls and women in Namibia and the world are free from sexual and gender-based violence and issues about their bodies. “Being a confident orator has gotten me into rooms I’ve only dreamt of. How you speak changes everything,” says spoken word artist Dr Esperance Luvindao. The late David Stone Ndjavera is being remembered as a dedicated and passionate actor, who turned Namibian theatre stages into a home where he, alongside other industry players, told stories that made people cry or laugh – sometimes at the same time. Visual artist Ndakondjelwa Nghipandulwa’s latest artwork consisting of 25 836 nails is an eye-catching symbol of perfection, with the entrepreneur saying it is not yet finished. Visual artist Ndakondjelwa Nghipandulwa’s latest artwork consisting of 25 836 nails is an eye-catching symbol of perfection, with the entrepreneur saying it is not yet finished. The top-trending clip on the Vibez! radar is of two locals rapping about hustling in a 3:04 minute video that has been viewed more than 75 000 times on Facebook and other social media sites.