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New Era Newspaper Friday December 8, 2017

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34 Friday, December 08, 2017 | NEW ERA entertainment EVENT Need Billboard Advertising Space? Desert Braai Festival, Family Fun beckons in Swakopmund For Billboard Advertising Call 081 124 3224 | 061 221 758 Staff Reporter Windhoek The biggest braai festival and family fun day in the Coastal Belt and Namibia at large is set to be held against the backdrop of the breath-taking Atlantic Ocean and Namib Desert tomorrow at the Vineta Sports Complex, next to the Dome. The Desert Braai Festival aims to position every second Saturday of December as Namibia’s annual day of celebration. Festival organisers call on all Namibians, visitors and tourists to unite and heritage. The Braai Festival seeks to celebrate Namibia’s rich heritage, culture and love in an open air environment. Across race, language, region and religion, all Namibians share one common heritage. It is called many things: Kapana, BBQ, Chisa Nyama, Braai and Ukosa to name few. Although the ingredients may differ, the one thing that never changes is that when Namibians have something prepare great feasts. The Braai Festival and Family Fun Day is open to people from all walks of life who are expected to bring their own meat, braai stands and beverages with the twin aims of the event being to promote domestic tourism and create useful networks. People can relax with friends and family and enjoy the smooth sounds of Afro Soul Jazz, Hip Hop, and House music by local A variety of activities are part of the festival to increase the enthusiasm. They include jumping castles, live music, DJs on deck, paintball, face painting, braai masters, cook offs, wine tasting, fashion shows, as well as a soccer tournament which is expected to be drawn the fan base of the respective participating kind at the Coast and in Namibia at large, and expects to draw a minimum of 5,500 participants on the day. Further details can be obtained from the Event 081.717.6642 or email: info@ artists. teams. 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Friday, December 08 2017 | NEW ERA Celebrating Namibian Stars 35 who impacted 2017 Hilma Moses with access to local international opportunities for youths have been able to access the diverse available opportunities in order to contribute to their of their lives. “It’s really overwhelming, I didn’t really expect it but I never underestimated any of the other girls, they were good, they were beautiful, they all had potential,” ~Suné January, Miss Namibia 2017. Julia Shikongo awareness on different platforms on disability an education and school placements, ensure that persons with disabilities take part in sports and are abled people. Memory J. Muunda to address sanitation and health issues in her native Dr Ndeyapo Martha Nickanor researches on food security in Namibia as well as Hilda Nambili Liswani become involved in current affairs at both a national Now, which uses social media to promote local address local community issues. Further, she helps link educators from around the world to create a more diverse educational experience. Paulina N. Moses Moses is an author and publisher whose debut book to tell stories of Namibian people, as local readers can better relate to them and this, she said, is why there is a need to write and read books about Nyeuvo Amukushu wants to set up a venture capital fund to provide small impact.

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