Author: Strauss Lunyangwe
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WATCH: More scenes as Namibians vote in the regional council and local authority elections. Sean Naude who was widely known as the Namib-Cowboy in his heyday has taken a step back from the music industry to concentrate on helping others. Sinte Mathe popularly known as Deonte the Zambezi Princess has two singles out for her fans just in time for the holiday rush. After deciding to hold back his album release in November for the slain victims in the Zambezi region recently, Dj Siya has finally dropped his anticipated album titled ‘Kabunya’. Elizabeth Mbambi has recently released her first inspirational book, titled ‘God’s ownership vs your stewardship’. As many local artists struggle to keep up with lyrical genius Sunday Shipushu, known as Sunny Boy he keeps them at bay by always being on top of his game. Multi-talented Paul Da Prince is spreading his wings and making sure everybody takes notice of him in the entertainment industry locally and outside the country. 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. WATCH: Nascam receives N$1.1 million from NBC The year 2021 has barely begun and Namibian model, actor and singer Rowan Summers and his band mate Manu Pereyra have hit the ground running, releasing a new single in Mexico last week. With every disaster, some see an opportunity – and for every problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat—and wrong, according to Mark Twain. After appearing in a well-received web series, called Ompata in 2020, actor/musician Mabuzza, real name Fillemon Hafeni Stephanus, is turning his sights to his own television series this year. It is without a doubt that the Namibian film industry has made great strides in terms of producing remarkable movies over the years and winning awards internationally. Local producer Nesley Taylor, also known as Flava Flame, is set to join the fray where many feared but tried to establish themselves as being a powerful medium of communication, which has the potential of reaching thousands if not millions online. House DJ Stanley Shinganda, popularly known as DJ Stiga, is opening a DJ school for those who want to study the art of making people move on the dance floor. Being an orphan is quite hard for most children, as it means you are now responsible for your own life with no one to help you navigate through this thing called ‘life’. Still spreading her wings in the entertainment industry, Julia Kadhikwa (28) is set to open an academy called Olive Entertainment Academy. William Bongani //Garoeb, (34) is not leaving anything to chance as he was recently announced as one of the top 14 contenders on the Search Namibia, a TV show which will crown Namibia’s next singing sensation with a N$100 000.00 prize tag. Another Fine Day is a good old comedy in the vein of Saturday Night Live and our very own One Fine Day that is still arguably the most popular TV series in post-independent Namibia.