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Caytlin Jenner sets herself free

Formerly Bruce Jenner, Caitlyn Jenner has announced herself to the world as a woman, saying: “If I was lying on my deathbed and I had kept this secret and never did anything about it, I would be lying there saying, ‘You just blew your entire life’.” Read more about Caytlin Jenner sets herself free

MultiChoice launches connected entertainment services

What do you do when you are already connected to the most exciting and capable PVR decoder on the market? Get a service connection.
This week, MultiChoice unveiled its connected services for the DStv Explora. Namibian subscribers will now be able to connect their DStv Explora to the Internet and unlock a world of entertainment through DStv Catch Up Plus, as well as gain access to Remote Recording capabilities.
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A HOT MESS: Namibian musicians united to cover the iconic song ‘We Are The World’ for a children’s road-safety campaign. A star-studded list of artists joined on stage on Saturday night to perform the song. But, sadly, things then fell apart. The artists struggled with the performance, often appearing like they were mumbling the lyrics, with the new arrangement sounding completely weird. The jaw-dropping performance was also pitchy and completely out of tune for the most part. ‘We Are the World’ is a song and charity single originally recorded by the supergroup USA for Africa in 1985. Read more about caption

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SMILEY: Six thousand Filipino participants wearing yellow and black shirts form a human smiley in Manila, attempting to break the Guinness World record held by Doha, Qatar, with 4 047 participants. Photo: NAMPA/AFP Read more about Shot of the day

Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce, introduces herself in Vanity Fair

In April, Bruce Jenner spoke about his transition to being a woman in a television special that drew nearly 17 million viewers.
On Monday, that woman revealed her new identity, appearing as Caitlyn Jenner on the cover of Vanity Fair. The photograph of Jenner in a corset, shot by Annie Leibovitz and accompanied by the headline ‘Call Me Caitlyn’, immediately became a sensation on social media when the magazine posted the article online.
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AfricAvenir presents Namibian premiere of ‘Agostinho Neto’

Next Wednesday, AfricAvenir will premiere the Angolan documentary ‘Agostinho Neto’ at the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre.
The premiere starts at 18:30 and the director, veteran filmmaker Orlando Fortunato de Oliveira, will be in attendance. The documentary is 56 minutes long and will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the director. The entrance fee is N$20. Read more about AfricAvenir presents Namibian premiere of ‘Agostinho Neto’

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FLYING THE FLAG: A woman waves a Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) flag during an election campaign rally in Istanbul, ahead of the June 7 general elections. Turkish police tightened security around Istanbul's Taksim square, on the second anniversary of the mass anti-government protests that rocked the square in 2013.
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Rebecca’s holy anger over Ben10s and sugar daddies

South African Gospel star Rebecca Malope says older women must stop with the so-called Ben10 culture of dating younger men, while she also urged older men to stop being sugar daddies to younger girls.
Ben10 is the term used to describe a young man who gets involved in a romantic relationship with an older woman for financial gain.
Malope made the remarks this past Sunday night while performing at an MTC-sponsored Gospel concert at the Independence Stadium, attended by thousands of Namibians who braved the chilly weather.
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RELIEF: A young Indian child pours water on himself as he attempts to cool off in New Delhi. More than 1 100 people have died in a blistering heat wave sweeping India, as forecasters warned searing temperatures would continue.
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Football ecstasy at Trey Songz concert

Thousands of Namibians came out to watch American R&B superstar Trey Songz, who impressed with a brilliant performance at the Independence Stadium this past Saturday night.
But equally a highlight of the show was the Brave Warriors, as music lovers showed their support for the national team with hysterical screams, following the announcement that they had won the Cosafa Cup.
Local musicians Gazza and Oteya paid tribute to the Brave Warriors during their performances.
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