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When the much-liked Windhoek Spring Fiesta (WSF) All White Party takes place later this year, it will be for the last time. After the passing of the legendary Dan Tshanda on 5 January 2019, Bosslady Sylvia Tshanda is making sure his legacy lives on by bringing Dalom Music to Windhoek’s Sam Nujoma Stadium next weekend. After releasing ‘Jigalezza’ last year July, Kimon Omzimande Solomon, also known as Kimzala, has finally received his TikTok fame. After walking in her first fashion show in Windhoek in 2016, top Namibian model Johanna Swartbooi is heading to Europe and the USA to strut her stuff on the catwalks of the fashion capitals of the world Eager to present his new body of work to his large crowd of fans, Cassidy Karon will be spitting lyrics at the Windhoek Spring Fiesta All White Finale at X-Lounge tomorrow. Coastal girl Monica Pineas, also known as Top Cheri, jetted off this week to meet up with EES who now lives in Cologne, Germany to do two shows and some promotional work for their new collaborative effort. Having lost his father just four days into this year and being a dad himself propelled Sunny Boy to see life from a different perspective. After offering life coaching services on a low key for about four years, radio personality Chareen Kauazunda, better known to her listeners on FreshFM as Shai-Quan, recently announced her new venture called ‘Grow with Shai’. Mulife Muchali’s 2019 video in which he is being chased by a baboon resurfaced recently with many people either reposting it or using his aunty’s voice in the background to re-enact the scene. It is going to be a hip hop affair when local lyrist Cassidy Karon launches his 14-track album, christened ‘Street Light’ at XS lounge tomorrow night. Their humorous statements and on-air “love/hate” relationship keeps listeners glued to 99FM every morning. The rate of suicide, especially among men, has set off alarm bells countrywide. In an effort to help others while also dealing with mental health issues himself, kwaito artist Shotgun, real name Tulonga Fillemon, recently released a single titled ‘Mental Health’. With music, food and entertainment festivals flourishing around the country, the Choto community in Katima Mulilo will not be left out as a free festival is heading their way. Milton Mootseng, popularly known as Kaptein Tswazi, has reached a milestone on his solo journey by reaching one million views on YouTube for his hit ‘Skippa’, featuring Chester House Prince, since posting it one year ago.