Friday, January 22
LQ Lounge
Camino Tequila Mexican Party

JoJo's Music and Arts Café
Exhibition: Devoid by Nambowa Malua

National Art Gallery
Paper as Metaphor for the Fragility and Vulnerability of the Human Being

Franco-Namibian Culture Centre
UNAM Annual Exhibition

Saturday, January 23
National Art Gallery
Paper as Metaphor for the Fragility and Vulnerability of the Human Being
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Sounds of a droplet

Dj Dozza champions a new House revolution

Katutura's Tjuna on the rise

Almost all successful actors stumbled onto breakout roles and went on to become acting powerhouses. The stars seem to be aligned for first-time actress Tjuna, who plays a leading a role in ‘Katutura’, which is to be released soon. Tjil gets to know the stylish and warm go-getter behind the name Tjuna. Read more about Katutura's Tjuna on the rise

Tjuna is ready to wow us

Never in her wildest dreams did Tjuna imagine she would play a leading role in Namibia’s biggest film.
Tjil met Tjuna at her home in Academia. Dressed comfortably in black pants and a black blazer, Tjuna laughed as she told us that few people know that Tjuna isn’t her real name. “Tjiunatjo Kauapirura has always been difficult for many to pronounce and so soon everyone just started calling me Tjuna, which is fine,” she says.
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shot of the day

CIVIL RIGHTS: Protesters display placards during a demonstration against racism in New York this week. Critics of police treatment of minority residents in the US took part in various demonstrations across the country coinciding with the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, an American federal holiday marking the influential American civil rights leader's birthday.
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Mbuende was a legend - music gurus

Local players in the music industry have described veteran musician Willie Mbuende, who died yesterday morning, as a legend, pioneer and a hardworking person.
Mbuende’s death was confirmed by his elder brother, former diplomat Dr Kaire Mbuende, who said he would be buried at Rietfontein in the Omaheke Region next weekend.
The 67-year-old singer died after a short illness.
He was one of Namibia’s veteran musicians with a music career spanning over 40 years. He spent a few years in Germany, Sweden, New York and England before returning to Namibia in 2012.
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Christina Milian's painful piercing

Christina Milian says getting her nipple pierced hurt more than giving birth to her daughter.
The 'Be Cool' actress - who has four-year-old daughter Violet with her ex-husband, The-Dream - decided to get an intimate piercing after buying her mother her first tattoo as a birthday gift and though the procedure was quick, it was far from painless.
In a clip from her new reality show 'Christina Milian Turned Up', she said: ''I want to get something pierced. And when I say something, I mean my nipple.
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Jennifer thinks Angelina did a 'gorgeous job'

Jennifer Aniston thinks Angelina Jolie did a "gorgeous job" directing ‘Unbroken’.
The ‘Cake’ star insists there is no "petty kind of silliness" between her and the 39-year-old actress, who is married to her ex-husband Brad Pitt, and claims she is a huge fan of Angelina's recent World War II drama about real-life former Olympian and prisoner of war Louis Zamperini.
The 45-year-old star said: "I mean that movie is so beautiful and wonderful, and she did such a gorgeous job."
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Shot of the day

ICY DIP: Orthodox faithful take dips in the icy waters of a lake during the celebration of the Epiphany holiday near the village of Sretinka in Kyrgyzstan. Among Orthodox Christians, the feast of Epiphany celebrates the day the Holy Spirit descended upon believers in the shape of a dove during Jesus Christ's baptism in the river Jordan.
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