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Shot of the day

DIRE STRAITS: Palestinian men in Gaza sit around a fire in their neighbourhood, destroyed during the 50-day conflict between Israel and Hamas. United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon said the promised funds to rebuild Gaza would go towards the "urgently needed" building of infrastructure and homes, where nearly 2 200 Palestinians were killed between July and August. PHOTO: NAMPA/AFP Read more about Shot of the day

Tributes pour in for Catty Catt

Namibians woke up yesterday morning to the sad news that rapper Curtis Popyeni Yearwood - known as Catty Catt - had died. He died in a Windhoek hospital after a month-long stay. Yesterday tributes for the rapper poured in on social networks, with many musicians expressing shock at his passing. Born in Zambia, Catty Catt was a Namibian rapper and songwriter, and is one of the founders of the 061 music label. In 2011, he released his debut album Independence Avenue. Read more about Tributes pour in for Catty Catt

Shot of the day

DISPLACED: Syrian Kurdish refugees inside a refugee camp in the southeastern town of Suruc in Turkey. Kurdish fighters, backed by a flurry of US-led air strikes are engaging jihadists in the town of Kobane, as an Islamic State offensive on the Syrian border town enters its second month.
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Calendar

Friday, October 17

Warehouse Theatre
A Night With Gazoline
N$60
20:00

Kin Lounge
Bucket Friday
N$30
20:00

Omba Gallery
It Wasn't Me
Free

Supporters Sports Bar
Soulful Fridays
20:00

Tanidare Empowerment Centre
Gospel Club and Lounge
17:00

Saturday, October 18

Doc Jubber Stadium
Colour Crazy
N$150
12:00

Omba Gallery
It Wasn't Me
Free

Tanidare Empowerment Centre
Gospel Club and Lounge
17:00 Read more about Calendar

Colour Crazy ready to bang

Tomorrow all roads lead to the Doc Jubber sports grounds, where the annual Colour Party promises madness, fun and excitement.
Organisers promise that this year’s event, called the Colour Crazy Festival, will add a touch of magic.
Excitement is growing after it was announced that like last year’s party, the organisers have paired excellent DJs with massive amounts of biodegradable colour powder, imported directly from India, which is the birthplace of colour parties.
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DJ Twist on the decks at BBA

Jose Joao, better known as DJ Twist, sprightly host of The Empty Fridge on Fresh FM, is set to fire up the turntables at Friday night’s famous Channel O Party.
Representing Namibia this week, DJ Twist is elated to have been invited to herd party-hungry Hotshots onto the dance floor, and this is a party you don’t want to miss.
Well-versed in various musical genres, DJ Twist expressed a soft spot for old school music.
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Let’s work!

Q-Base: radio presenter Read more about Let’s work!

Celebrating our stories

The Namibian Film and Theatre Awards will be held at the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) next week and the nominees were announced recently.
Themed ‘Night of the Stars’, the awards is held by NTN in partnership with The Namibia Film Commission (NFC) and the Film Association of Namibia (FAN).
The awards will be held on October 25.
The awards are a bi-annual event that honours and recognises the work and contributions made by theatre and film practitioners to the performing arts.
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Gossip

Whacky pageants
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Fashion Police

The crop top obsession seems to be getting out of hand, with tighter and skimpier becoming the order of the day. The crop top is not a bikini top, and therefore should not be treated as one.

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We think this is such a calm and collected outfit. The green brings out a distinct bubbliness and she paired it with All Stars, creating a chique yet sassy look. We love it.

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Looking good has never looked so easy. We love how laidback he looks in this simple, yet stylish outfit. Thumbs up! Read more about Fashion Police

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