*Special feature with Sharon Neumbo
With heavy hearts, we stand alongside the nation in grieving the loss of our esteemed President, His Excellency Dr. Hage G. Geingob, who departed from us earlier this month. President Geingob, affectionately known as the people’s president, brought immense joy and humor wherever he appeared, whether on screen or at public events. His infectious laughter, warm gestures, and unwavering dedication to addressing social injustices have left an indelible mark on our hearts and memories. We will forever cherish his jokes, his compassionate contributions to societal causes, and the profound impact he made during his tenure. President Geingob’s legacy of leadership, compassion, and humor will be fondly remembered and celebrated for generations to come.
In this special feature we collaborated with Food Blogger and Entrepreneur, Sharon Neumbo, previously known as @foodfluencer_nam on Instagram to share some of our favourite Twitter moments of the President.
By Sevelinus Kalembela
XAMMI, directly translated as lion, is a Namibian creative brand, specializing in organic and abstract ceramics forms. Founded in 2022 by Melody Rohlfs, the brand exists with the aim of creating art that represents the life of women. A woman is a symbol of strength and freedom and that is what Melody wanted to showcase in her artistry. We recently caught up with the founder of XAMMI to find out more about her work and inspiration behind her brand.
In this segment of creators we love, we’re featuring Loini Ashipala, a 20-year-old content creator/influencer on instagram and tik tok.
Internationally acclaimed whisky brand Chivas Regal has found their way to Namibia and together with Luis Munana, they made a grand entrance at the annual MTC Windhoek Fashion Week.
In this edition of creators we love, we’re featuring Lumba Masule who is a youtuber and instagram content creator.
Born in Windhoek and raised in Otjiwarongo, Dj Castro is one of the biggest vibe curators and entertainers on the scene right now. Not only does he play music, he also makes music and his fans can’t seem to get enough of it.
Namibian “kulture” is on the rise. The art, culture and entertainment industry has creatives pulling out all the stops to help elevate and invite more creatives to do the same. From producers, to directors, musicians to writers, dancers to actors, the list goes on and on. MonoCulture aims to shine some light on various productions pertaining, involving or produced by Namibians for Namibians to enjoy on the online space. Check it out…
By Hilma. L. Inkono
A woman who wears so many hats, ought to walk around as if the ground she steps on was specifically catered for her. However, that was not the case with Lioness.
Beautiful lessons and visual stories
When you ask these questions, sometimes you find the answers and sometimes you learn beautiful lessons, well always we believe.
And this is just what happened to Paavo Shooya, a full-time creative entrepreneur for eight years as the Senior Photographer at AM Photography studio, one of the most sought-after in Namibia.
Young, spirited and multifaceted. Penehafo is a Namibian creative who is maneuvering her way through life while creating, growing and learning.
In our December cover story, Penehafo lets us in on her journey as a stylist as well as how she manages two very different careers.