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Friday, October 31
Warehouse Theatre
Jonny Clegg Live
N$595
19:00

Hilton Kalabar
Comedy in the House
Free
19:00

Vintage Bar and Grill Windhoek
Halloween Party @ Vintage Bar and Grill
19:00

Kin Lounge
Professor Kalawa live
N$80 Before 23:00
19:00

Kalahari Sands Hotel - Oasis Bar
Lize Ehlers Live
Free
19:00

Palm Tree Park
Support Local Music
N$40 Advance
N$60 Door
18:00

Supporters Sports Bar
Soulful Fridays
20:00 Read more about Calendar

On entrepreneurship

Michael Amushelelo: NBL Business Ambassador Winner Read more about On entrepreneurship

Open Window Institute scouts for artistic talent in Namibia

A leading South African academy, Open Window Institute (OWI), which provides cutting-edge education in the fields of visual communication, design, film and interactive arts, is scouting for young talent in Namibia.
The institute has an exciting design competition that offers those aspiring to have careers in the arts a bursary that will not only expand their horizons but provide an opportunity to be part of the magic that is film and television, animation, game design, motion design, production design and screen writing.
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Magogoz has the ability to shine

Artist: Magogoz
Album Title: The Anticipated Big 4
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Fashion police

The awards season isn’t quite over yet. There are still the sports awards tomorrow. Steer clear of too much bling and tribal print, they are so last season.

Legal 1
This is couples fashion galore. The suit fits him perfectly and she looks effortlessly good. We love it.

Legal 2
You can never go wrong with black, it’s classy and sophisticated. The clutch, however, doesn’t go with the outfit. We’re just saying. Read more about Fashion police

Gossip

Jericho and Arrafath unite for song Read more about Gossip

Kelly gets slut-shamed

Singer Kelly Khumalo has experienced what one can imagine being one of the most traumatic experiences ever. She watched gunmen shooting and killing the man she loved and the father of her child. One would assume that she would be showered with sympathy and that it would be human nature to share in her pain. Instead, she has become the poster child of immoral behaviour because Senzo was married and others went as far as using her past troubled relationships to justify why she should be cast into darkness and treated like trash.
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Shot of the day

CAPTURING THE MOMENT: A pro-democracy protester takes a photograph of people waving lights next to the central government’s offices in Hong Kong. Protesters on Tuesday marked one month of mass demonstrations and called on supporters to gather for an evening rally, where they wore masks to ward off police tear gas and pepper spray.
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Shot of the day

HEADING HOME: US Marines board a C-130J Super Hercules transport aircraft headed to Kandahar, Afghanistan, as British and US forces withdrew from the Camp Bastion-Leatherneck complex at Lashkar Gah in Helmand province on Monday. British forces handed over formal control of their last base in Afghanistan to Afghan forces, ending combat operations in the country after 13 years which cost hundreds of lives.
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Anna Louw reigns supreme

The Theatre and Film Awards last weekend heralded the return of legendary Namibian actress Anna Louw. Tjil takes a look at the winners, the snubs and those who stole the show on the red carpet. Read more about Anna Louw reigns supreme

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