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Minnesota based YouTube star Sonny Side travels to unique parts of the world on the hunt for the best food each country has to offer and shares these stories with viewers on his vlog called ‘Best Ever Food Review Show’. MTC’s Corporate Communications Practitioner Fikameni Mathias has said the extension of the lockdown means the current circumstances that are of public knowledge dictates the safety of Namibians as a nation an utmost priority, further explaining that now the awards have been indefinitely postponed, a new date will have to be set when all has returned to normal. It has been a roller-coaster in the world of academics since the ministry decided schools resume as planned but via e-learning platforms. The worries were mostly centred on those students and parents who do not have access to the requisite means. Gospel star D-Naff has bashed the Namibia Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) organisers for their inconsistency in recognising local artists and speculated the possibility of them having issues against Christian or gospel artists. Author, entrepreneur Kennedy Liswani recently created African Millionaire, a fun and strategic family board game to encourage players and people in general, to make smart decisions and invest their money wisely. The feeling and experience of having lived with almost nothing have led a young businesswoman to give back to her countrymen and women in the form of cleanliness and maintaining good hygiene. The status of education in Namibia is being challenged by many obstacles which led to some organisations and citizens joining hands to offer the little resources they have to lift the weight off the government. One such initiative is #TeamGraduate. The National Arts Council of Namibia (NACN) has proposed various interventions for arts and cultural heritage sector to be revived and further requested the education and arts culture ministry to fork out about N$15 million amidst the outbreak of the novel coronavirus. Ladies, if you are almost 30 and you didn’t push one, you will be late. This is the sentence that Nangamana Sirkka Kashidinge starts her 3:03 video with which has garnered more than 17 000 views on her Facebook account since its upload on 25 April 2020. From what started as a quiz night in 2015, Power Pad Girls has evolved and since then, the organisation has to date raised N$60 000 for acquiring reusable pads to young girls who are unable to afford sanitary pads. Doing this in their capacities through what started as aa pledge on Twitter to assist students with software installations in their laptops, the three young IT professionals were flooded with pleas from other students. The top trending clip is of a new ballad to the social media waves by Bishop Madigari titled Ome Migub.