Pekelatate Haindongo who goes by Peke, is a self-taught, full time creative and photographer, currently honing on his videography skills. Get to know the man behind Tate Visuals.
Getting paid what he deserves while looking like fire and having creative freedom is the ultimate gig for this Namibian-born power house.
An all-around creative with eight years of experience in the entertainment industry, Marchell Linus is a choreographer, dancer, journalist, producer, creative director and writer.
We’ve had a multiple emails come in this year re: internship opportunities at Monochrome Magazine. So we’ve decided to look into it and design a program that works for both you and us.
As an aspiring content creator, there are many things that can be helpful for you to kick start your journey.
Here are 4 essentials we think you will need, featuring some cool items from Mons Gadgets Namibia.
Once in a while we chat to Photographers doing amazing things and in this edition we speak to Juné van der Walt of Urban Lens Photography.
Born and bred in South Africa, Juné shares her journey and highlights as a photographer.
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The 2020 Masterclasses workshops are part of the MTF Academy’s philosophy of upskilling and training industry professionals in the telling of authentic African stories.
My answer is to prevent this situation from happening at all costs and when it does happen – make sure you don’t lose out too much.
Hang on…Siri… What is a side hustle-babe? Wait am I a side-hustle babe?
End-of Year function season is upon us! A season almost as popular as the “Wambo wedding season” where you constantly find yourself as someone’s plus one every Friday. The only difference is that you may get to see a concentration of corporate executives you read about in the press showcase some moves on the dance floor. Let’s admit it, Office parties can be a potential minefield. You don’t know whether you can be your usual “Monaco slay queen” or you have to continue being the “Miss Professional” you portray Monday to Friday. Even worse, the company specifically states on the invitation that it’s time to “let your hair down”. You get there and all the signs of a lit party are present; everyone dressed up, open bar, hired DJ playing all the hit songs of the season, catered food with waiters and all. How can one not take up the offer by the company to “let lose”? It’s potentially insubordination if you don’t, right?