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WINDHOEK – Being a motivational speaker and an entrepreneurial himself, Foreversun Haiduwah has found passion in grooming young girls into skilful entrepreneurs through his project “Daughters of Africa” (DOA). WINDHOEK – Looking at a country such as South Africa, music is one of the prominent careers with upcoming artists growing rapidly, but it is quite the opposite in Namibia. WINDHOEK – The personal development industry can be tough to break into, but that was not a case for Nelago Johannes, who broke all odds and became one of the youngest motivational speakers in the country. As part of their civic duty, a nonprofit organisation that deals and educates less privileged people, Plusmindsets went out on the streets of Windhoek last week to reach out to homeless people who live under bridges in Klein Windhoek. OUTAPI – Spending many years at home without a job is what inspired, the passionate artisan, Gerson Awala to pave ways for other artisans in his hometown. Oshakati-based actor-turned-musician Matthew Shipushu, who was well known by his stage name Fimbiko, died yesterday morning after a short illness at the age of 28. OUTAPI – Being a young entrepreneur is not easy, according to Modric Shikalepo, a 29-year-old braai stand maker who saw the need to make user-friendly stands for the braai lovers out there. Namibian born multi-disciplinary visual artist and creative filmmaker, Vicky Sheelongo is requesting the public to lend support in funding her trip to represent Namibia at the 4th Edition of International Women Art Exhibition 2020 in Dubai. After a year of hard work, determination and talent showcasing, Namibian born multi-talented artist, Peter Peter won the overall competition of ARTS Africa beating hundreds other participants. It’s all red and white in all corners of the country as people celebrate the day of love. Entertainment Now! went on the streets of Windhoek to ask people their take on Valentine’s day and this is what some of them had to say. Jekonia Akuunda, well known as Ndjeke ya Malimba, Dj Maldini, Mbuku and Kinzzo were some of the entertainers who paid tribute to the late Fimbiko, who passed away on Monday after a short illness. Namibia to Hollywood is a programme initiated this year to train and groom Namibian actors, actresses, artists, dancers and models to give them exposure and explore the dynamic art and entertainment industry in Hollywood.