Boss Madam Sally has hit an international nerve with her new album, ‘I am Mukwanekamba’.
The song Sweet Love which now has close to 220 000 views on YouTube is dominating various radio and TV stations in Africa, and the world at large.
Sweet Love is a feel-good song about declaring your love to that special one. While everyone knows that Sally has the ability to effortlessly belt out those high notes, on this one she also shows off her angelic, warm lower range. Read more about Sally goes global with Sweet Love
Tell us about yourself, where were you born and raised?
I was born in Nairobi, Kenya and I grew up in a string of Swapo refugee camps in Zambia, Angola and Congo Brazzaville before independence, so I guess that makes me “an exile kid”. Read more about Queen Ndaponah does it for the children
Namibia’s beloved musical teacher and composer Jacus Krige passed away on Monday night after a brave battle against cancer. Krige died at MediClinic in Bloemfontein, South Africa. The 28-year old who also performed with Fu jazz earlier this year graduated with a Master’s degree in musical composition from the University of the Cape and taught the jazz flute, jazz saxophone and jazz piano at the College of the Arts.
Jacus could play five different musical instruments, with saxophone described as his instrument of choice. Read more about Tributes pour in for Jacus Krige
It's beautiful how, of late, a lot of women in Windhoek have branded themselves as feminists, embraced their natural hair and have seemingly emancipated themselves from patriarchal views society has forced onto them. The sad realisation that I have come to is that the bulk of these feminists do not understand what feminism entails. The majority of them understand the concept behind feminism, but when it comes to application, are hesitant to do the ground work. Read more about Probing feminism
I’ve tried many things in my short 24 years of existence. Throughout high school, I’ve been involved in some or other extramural activity, from debating to drama, and I even tried a bit of tennis. The same applies to when I got to university. While I enjoyed every extramural activity that I was involved in, it never quite felt complete. I just wasn’t the star of the show, irreplaceable, or the best. I always came close. My dear friend Beatha Hawanga stole the show at each and every prize-giving ceremony after the academic year. Read more about Almost doesn't count, your best does
Tomorrow, the Trustco United Sports Field in Olympia will come alive as thousands of party-goers are expected to make their way to what organisers describe as the country’s biggest musical festival ever, the AmpedFest.
The AmpedFest takes place at the Trustco United Sports Grounds tomorrow. With VIP tickets already sold out, AmpedFest is said to be a party promising to set a new standard for festivals in Namibia. Read more about Amped for Namibia’s biggest music festival ever
Briefly tell us about yourself,
where were you born and raised?
I am a 20-year-old who has an immense passion for life and I believe that it is a precious gift which must be cherished.
I love the simple things in life such as dining with my family, discovering new restaurants or simply a long telephone call with family or friends. Read more about David Mbeha could be TLC's next great presenter