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ENERGY 100FM DOMINATES 'BEST RADIO DJ' 2017 CATEGORY FOR #NAMA2017
Breakfast 100 presenter NASHAWN has been nominated in the category 'Best Radio DJ' alongside DJ JAN for the Namibia Annnual Music Awards (NAMAs).
To vote for NASHAWN, SMS "RDJ5" to 66262
To vote for DJ JAN, SMS "RDJ3" to 66262
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The NAMAs are scheduled to take place on the 28tha and 29th of April 2017 at the coastal town of Walvis Bay.
MUN to appoint a acting president next year
The Mineworkers Union of Namibia (MUN) will appoint an acting president for the organisation early next year, following the death of its president Raimo Hausiku.
Hausiku died in a car accident between Okahandja and Otjiwarongo on 21 November.
In an interview with Nampa on Monday, MUN General Secretary Ebben Zarondo said in the interim, the union’s current vice president, Desley Somseb, will act in the position.
The union’s national executive committee (NEC) will meet next year and decide on the way forward.
NA extends condolences to Cuban people
Fidel Castro’s contributions continue to inspire and enrich revolutionary principles in Cuba and the rest of the world, Speaker of the National Assembly Peter Katjavivi has said.
He said this in the National Assembly’s message of condolences for the Cuban people after Castro’s death on Friday at the age of 90.
The message was addressed to the President of the National Assembly of People’s Power and member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Cuba, Estaban Lazo Hernandez.
Nujoma pays tribute to Fidel Castro
Former President Sam Nujoma has described Fidel Castro as a legendary, revolutionary leader who has earned his place in modern history by his strong stance against imperialism and exceptional resilience against colonialism.
Former Cuban President Castro died on Friday at the age of 90.
In a media statement on Sunday, Nujoma hailed Castro's stance against the oppression of his people.
National HIV/Aids conference draws 350 delegates
More than 350 delegates have registered for the first-ever national HIV/Aids conference which starts in Swakopmund on Monday.
Delegates includes health officials, academic experts, representatives from the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/Aids (UNAIDS), Namibia National Students Organisation (NANSO), local authorities, business people and politicians.
They will from Monday to Wednesday deliberate on how to reduce or even root out the pandemic in Namibia.
Kwaito Top 10 with DJ Twist
10. Ndaksa: Uuhupilo
9. Maestro: Omwali
8. Gallo-7: Omalima
7. Kondjala: Munene is Kwaad
6. Young T: Fesha
5. Gazza: Get It On
4. 065 Crew: Aamati
3. Snouu: Iita
2. Kwaito Lecturers: Windhoek City
1. Cool Under Pressure: Atata