Friday, March 27
Safari Conference Centre
TEDxWindhoek 2015 ‘Playing Beyond’
N$200 Students

Hilton Kalabar
Comedy in the House

National Theatre of Namibia
Crazy Concert with Pianotainment
N$80 Adults
N$40 Kids

Warehouse Theatre
Shishani ‘Sessions in Poland’ CD Launch
N$60 Advance
N$80 Door

Safari Court Hotel
We are Women, We Bend, We don't Break
N$150 In advance
N$180 Door
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JMAC brings exciting logo design competition

The John Muafangejo Art Centre (JMAC) invites young Namibian designers to design a new logo for the centre.
The winner will be awarded a cash prize and invited to the launching ceremony of JMAC in Windhoek. The contest aims to give exposure to emerging talent in Namibia.
JMAC is a creative think tank focused on establishing collaborative practices in contemporary arts and forging expansive networks.
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'Sessions in Poland' builds bridges of love

Artist: Shishani
Album Title: Sessions in Poland
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Develop your own - Nkem

Nkem Owoh, who is also fondly known as Osuofia after his most famous film role, was in Namibia recently for an appearance on MTC’s ‘Masters of Success’ television series where he shared his journey to stardom. The funny man, who was interviewed in front of a packed audience at the National Theatre of Namibia, was given a standing ovation when he made his way to the stage.
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OYO tackles gay rights with 'In and Out'

The OYO dance troupe, famous for having represented Namibia and Africa at the Commonwealth Youth Dance Festival in Glasgow in July 2014, is proud to premiere its new show, ‘In and Out’.
With support of the Prince Claus Foundation in the Netherlands, the OYO dance troupe is tackling the sensitive issue of the rights of gays and lesbians in Namibia.
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Fashion Police

The hat, Meme Loide, what happened? That hat ruined what could have been a beautiful outfit. It looks heavy, and big and colourful and just overly dramatic. It’s more suitable for a garden party than the opening of Parliament. And all that purple and black, meme is dressed for a posh funeral it seems.

Ousie Mensah-Williams is the optimum of grace and class in this ensemble. The colours and layers create a subtle and warm look and we absolutely love her braids. This is a winner. Parliamentarians should take tips from her. Read more about Fashion Police


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Shot of the day

DUSK FALLS: Somalis play football as the sun sets in Mogadishu. Known locally as Xamar, Mogadishu is the largest city in Somalia and the nation's capital. Located in the coastal Banaadir region on the Indian Ocean, the city has served as an important port for centuries. It has a population just over two million people. PHOTO: NAMPA/AFP Read more about Shot of the day

Shot of the day

AMONG THE RUINS: Kurdish Syrian girls are pictured among destroyed buildings in the town of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab. PHOTO: NAMPA/AFP Read more about Shot of the day

Using art to bring change

I am proud to be a Namibian who has been involved in the performing arts for over 30 years. For the first show I staged at the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN), ‘There was an Old Woman’, I had to make a list of the different ethnic groups participating in the play for government funding. That was in 1982; thank goodness, those dark days are done.
Last weekend we celebrated 25 years of peace in the country. This is a great achievement, but we must maintain our efforts to continue the fight against corruption, gender-based violence, prejudice and discrimination.
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