Entertainment

DANE at it again

Geneva events and Bolster exclusive dining are at it again with a network session - for the second time after a successful first round last month. With so much more expected, the organisers promised this one to be an event not to be missed by anyone. The dining and networking experience (DANE) is an opportunity for people to come together with corporate individuals and exchange business cards to help them elevate their lives and business endeavours. The organisers plan on having the DANE once every month-end for the rest of the year.
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City life can hurt

The movie that promises to be one the best local productions that many will relate to will première today at the NamPower Convention Centre from 18:30. The film was funded by the Namibian Film Commission and it conveys a story of a young man who moved to the city in search of greener pastures. He got caught up in the city’s fast pace and ended up living a dangerous life. tjil caught up with the cast and directors and here’s what they had to say about themselves.
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Local wine makers offer up

Designated wine lovers and other invited guests from the country’s tourism industry got an opportunity on Wednesday night to experience a new generation of locally produced wines and liquors.
Initiated by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism, the tasting session took place at The Taste Academy in Klein Windhoek, and featured a host of local wineries and distilleries, mainly family-run businesses, showcasing their yields and marketing themselves to local businesses and establishments.
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Don't be a victim

Although there are success stories of people finding their true love online, there are even more cases where the person on the other side of the screen is a scammer who is only looking for one thing, your money. “We have seen an increase in cases where often widowed persons have been scammed to give their money to people they have never seen or met in their life, just because promises of true love have been made online,” says Johnny Truter, head of Bank Windhoek’s forensic department.
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The search is on

TLC’s search for its next African presenter is back! This year the popular entertainment TV channel, in association with Colgate Optic White, is looking for that special person who has the winning style and Colgate smile to land the chance to present TLC’S Most Extreme.
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Key en route to Miss Global

Who is Key Haikola?
I am 22 and currently working as a substitute teacher at Rocky Crest High School. I grew up in the village called Oluwaya in Okongo constituency. I am a Unam graduate, with an honours degree in natural science, environmental biology and geography. My goal is to promote social awareness to help uplift poor societal conditions, to empower woman globally and become a Good Samaritan to people living in and under unfortunate conditions.
When did you start modeling?
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One-stop-shop for Namibian entertainers

Namartists.com is an online directory for the performing arts industry which includes theatre practitioners, sound engineers, poets, dancers and musicians, just to name a few. This is to make it easy to find the services that one needs if they are active in the performing arts. According to the innovator, award-winning male artist of the year Big Ben, it is the place where one can go to find the skills and eventually it will a place where skilled people will be vouched for as there is a rating system that will allow those with good reviews to pop up first. Read more about One-stop-shop for Namibian entertainers

It feels good to be back home

Safari Court Hotel and Conference Centre recently celebrated its 50th birthday in collaboration with Radio Wave as they celebrated their 18th birthday too. The golden jubilee was celebrated in style as they had entertainment all the way from South Africa - the afro pop and jazz group Freshly Ground and our very own award-winning artist Gazza. The concert was held at Safari and it gathered masses of fans from near and wide and both young and old filled up the conference hall.
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Key en route to Miss Global

Who is Key Haikola?
I am 22 and currently working as a substitute teacher at Rocky Crest High School. I grew up in the village called Oluwaya in Okongo constituency. I am a Unam graduate, with an honours degree in natural science, environmental biology and geography. My goal is to promote social awareness to help uplift poor societal conditions, to empower woman globally and become a Good Samaritan to people living in and under unfortunate conditions.
When did you start modeling?
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One-stop-shop for Namibian entertainers

Namartists.com is an online directory for the performing arts industry which includes theatre practitioners, sound engineers, poets, dancers and musicians, just to name a few. This is to make it easy to find the services that one needs if they are active in the performing arts. According to the innovator, award-winning male artist of the year Big Ben, it is the place where one can go to find the skills and eventually it will a place where skilled people will be vouched for as there is a rating system that will allow those with good reviews to pop up first. Read more about One-stop-shop for Namibian entertainers

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