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Women's retreat empowers


THE Twapewa Kadhikwa Annual Women's Retreat weekend, which aimed to activate the faith of women, as well as renew their mindsets for a more productive and prosperous future, will be remembered by those who attended as a life changer.

'Ompata' Headed to Big Screen

THE gritty reality of township life is often overlooked or ignored, but young film-maker Roger Rafael has found a way to creatively tell these stories through a YouTube series titled 'Ompata'.


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Average house prices edge up


AT the end of March this year, the average price of a house in Namibia was N$1,2 million – about N$100 000 more than during the same time last year.

Namibians show interest in US trade

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SEVERAL Namibian entrepreneurs have shown interest in pursuing business opportunities in the United States after making contacts at the Namibia-US trade summit held in Namibia early this month.


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      Dalom Kids to perform in Windhoek



      SOUTH African township music has always been a big part of Namibian households and more so music by legendary acts such as Brenda Fassie and the Big Dudes, Dan Tshanda and the Dalom Kids.

      Come 27 August, Namibians will be treated to a musical feast by artists like the Dalom Kids, Splash Band, Matshikos, Boss Lady and Sylvia Tshanda. This is according to Tangeni Tlabanello, owner of Tlabatainment Productions, who said a show like this was in popular demand.
      “The widow of the late legendary Dan Tshanda, Sylvia Tshanda, contacted me earlier this year and said the Namibian people can't wait for a show. So after two months of talks and negotiations, a date was agreed and the rest is history,” Tlabanello said.
      He also told that the performers have already been to Namibia.
      “We last hosted them in 2018 at Gobabis, and the turnout was big. People from all corners of Namibia turned out, so they are excited to come and perform again,” he said.
      Tlabanello added that the show has attracted so much attention since it was announced such that other towns are already asking for shows as well.
      “We received requests from people as far as Katima Mulilo to also host a show there. We might be having a show there next year February, but for now we are excited to host a show of this magnitude in Windhoek after so many years. Namibian people are excited and we want to give them a show to remember,” he said.
      The show will also see local acts grace the stage and tickets will be available from webtickets next week.

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