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New Era Newspaper Friday April 6, 2018

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18 entertainment Friday, April 6 2018 | NEW ERA LIFE STYLE Established…London award-winning make-up and hairstylist, Rachel Jeweled, who is presenting training in Windhoek next month. • Pinehas Nakaziko ARTS • Donna Collins W Save the Rhino Trust Kayamoja Wildlife Art Exhibition Kayamoja ArtConnects Trust Save the Rhino Trust taking Fine Art Gallery on Exhibition raises wildlife awareness Children’s arts… Some of the children with their paintings on wildlife to be on display at the 2018 Kayamoja Wildlife Art Exhibition to raise funds and awareness on wildlife opening on April 12 April at the Village Opera House in Windhoek. Kayamoja Wildlife Art Exhibition 2018 Kayamoja Wildlife Artist 2018, plus Save the Rhino Trus Kayamoja Wildlife Art Exhibition 2018 - newcomers competition Kayamoja Wildlife Artist 2018 Kayamoja ArtcConnects Trust Save the Rhino Trust www.kayamoja.com

MUSIC Friday, April 6 2018 | NEW ERA entertainment “Don’t surrender”, sings Doctor P 19 Photo: Contributed. Talented… Doctor P who released a single late Febraury titled “You cannot surrender”. • Clemans Miyanicwe Talented gospel artist Peter Haraseb hailing from Otjiwarongo and affectionately known as Doctor Peter, released a single You cannot surrender’ late February. Doctor P who was nominated in last year’s best traditional category of the Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMA’s), is a tenor singer but goes soprano on this song showing his versatility as an artist. He is singing about not surrendering in the face of disappointments of joblessness and sicknesses. “Greater is the God than the sickness in their life’s and it’s not the end of the world,” says Doctor P. He recorded the song in his studio in Otjiwarongo, the PRS Music Studio. “There are people that sometimes feel that there is no hope when they go through of the road but through this song I just encourage the world just to push hard not to surrender,” Doctor P explains. He realised his love music at the aged of seven years and started playing piano aged eight before he joined the school choir and then church choirs. He has released ten albums in his music career spanning over a decade. His last tenth studio album is titled, You rule till eternity, was released last October. Doctor P says attending the College of The Arts (COTA)’s extension programme on music strengthened his love for music. The talented gospel artist, is also a producer and triples up as a lecturer at his Morning Star Music School in Otjiwarongo where children learn how to play guitar, keyboard, violin as well as training vocalists. A music video can be expected from Doctor P this year. MUSIC New Elemotho’s production in store • Staff Reporter Kalahari singer/songwriter Elemotho brings a new production to The Warehouse Theatre on 20 April. Elemotho and his band, Modern Nomads, will invoke the spirit of the ancestors with his melodies and rhythms before hitting the road for his international tour to HIFA (Zimbabwe), WOMAD (Spain), Afro- Pingsten (Switzerland) and many other stops. The show is aptly called Kalahari Invocations as the UK award nominee dwells into his history to bring glimpses of the traditional Setswana sounds Elemotho is just fresh from his visit to San Antonio (USA) and will soon hit the road again; something this Troubadour has been doing for years in order to bridge political and geographical borders through his music and message. Setswana Cultural Group Makgoa Ngwao that featured on the album Beautiful World will make an appearance. The opening ceremonies will be done by loop artist Tatenda who hails from Great Zimbabwe. Kalahari Invocations: “where Music reminds us that past, present and future are all a part of the greater human landscape”. Tickets can be purchased in advance at any PayToday/ Airtime city kiosks or online in the following link: www.eventstoday.com.na Photo: Contributed Cultural ambassadors…The cultural troupe, Makgoa Ngwao, who featured in Elemotho’s album, Beautiful World, will make an appearance with him at The Warehouse Theatre on April 20. FASHION Soon to be….A brand hitting the billboards of Namibia soon. Equalizer is a brand created in April 2016 by two young boys, Godfrey David and Vaino Landinus. The brand started making waves after the two youngsters won a talent show, which was held at their previous school. Their fans were extremely happy with the performance and motivated them to turn the dancing group into a brand because they were getting past the dancing age and stage. The brand is a motivational promotion which is based on encouraging gender equality among the youth.

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