Local Kwaito musician Gazza says sorry to Namibia: His plans to bring the US-American R&B singer Chris Brown for his next album launch to the country failed.
Namibia’s own baby girl, Linda Simasiku a.k.a. Linda (15), reportedly collapsed during the launch of her first album last week Saturday (3 December) at the Old Chez Ntemba in the capital.
The Museums Association of Namibia with the support of the National Arts Council recently conducted a two day training workshop on `Photography for Namibian Museums’. The workshop was facilitated by two professional photographers, Leigh Daniz and Leitago Narib, who trained a group of 18 museum workers.
The Izinyoka Entertainment crew has launched a 19-track album, entitled ‘Cultural Revolution’ volume 1, featuring all artists signed under their record label.
When the MTC Premiership season started, the most supported club in the country, African Stars, seemed to be among the top contenders for the title that is currently with Black Africa, after they last won the title two seasons back.
It will be a clash of titans at Windhoek’s Independence Stadium on Saturday afternoon when reigning champions Black Africa play host to Civics in the MTC Premiership round 11 matches. Kick-off is at 15h00.
The ringleader and first accused in a record N$1.5 million bank card cloning fraud case, Amirthalingam Pugalnanthy, a Sri Lankan national (also known as Shiva), was allegedly granted free passage to flee Namibia in February 2009 after paying a N$150,000 bribe to Prisons Deputy Commissioner Tuhafeni Hangula.
ON 18 November, the main road of Oshikango turned into a battleground - guns were fired, deadly blows and kicks exchanged as personnel of the Falcon Security company were baying for the blood of a local businessman whom they accuse of being provocative, arrogant and trigger happy.
Namibia’s Fisheries Inspectors are guard dogs without teeth and all fines and law enforcement measures applied by them in the past may in fact be illegal and invalid. This is the result of an inquiry by Informanté only days before the start of the festive season when thousands of anglers and rock lobster divers will converge on the coastal region.
Otjiwarongo deputy mayor Archillaus Namaseb allegedly assaulted a six-month pregnant woman last week Sunday (27 November).