Events calendar

03 February 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Currently running

• Of the greatness of life, an exhibition by Dr Helmut Lauschke can be viewed in the Upper Gallery of the NAGN until 16 February.

Wednesday 6 February

• 18:30 For All Else There is Information – The Journey of the Hacker a public talk hosted by andrew Fordred at the Scientific Society in Windhoek

Thursday 7 February

• 19:00 South African piano maestro Rocco de Villiers performs at the Lemon Tree Restaurant in the capital.

• 20:00 Free Your Mind presents Love, Land and the Police at the Warehouse Theatre. Tickets: N$100 via or N$150 at the doors.

Friday 8 February

• 07:30 Vegetable seedlings production training at YWAM until 15:00. Info: 085 694 0055 or 081 836 6748.

• 20:00 Local artists pay tribute to Oliver ‘Tuku’ Mtukudzi at the Warehouse Theatre. Entrance is free. Info: 081 238 0881.

Saturday 9 February

• 06:00 The annual Rössing Marathon starts at Pro-Ed Academy sports grounds, with N$100 000 in prizes up for grabs. Info: Frank at 081 240 3383 or [email protected] or Botha at 081 286 0456 or [email protected]

• 15:00 Reggae legends birthday bash at the Old Location restaurant in Windhoek-West.

• 19:00 The Salsa Windhoek Social Club hosts 2019's first street salsa party at Cramer's Ice-Cream where the music will be loud, the dances endless, and the ice-cream cold and refreshing. Entrance: Free.

• 19:30 Witness the first live elimination show in the Voice of Namibia competition at the Windhoek Country Club. Saturday 9 February. Tickets cost N$250 (includes snacks), available from 081 3335647 or 081 270 0836. A cash bar will be available.

Monday 11 February

• 17:30 The Namibia Scientific Society and Gobabeb Research & Training Centre host a public talk by Robert Logan on Tiny creatures, big jobs: the important and awesome role of microbes in the Namib Desert.

Wednesday 13 February

• 19:30 The Namibia Scientific Society and Wildbird Trust, presented by Götz Neef from the Okavango Wilderness Project, present a National Geographic documentary in the National Theatre Namibia called Into the Okavango.

Thursday 14 February

• 19:30 Poetry Project Session 1 hosted by Township Productions takes place at the Goethe Institute.

• 19:30 Women's specific gender-based violence talk at the Dutch Reformed Church in Pionierspark, hosted by TrueKrav Namibia. Info: [email protected] or 081 395 3818.

Friday 15 February

• 18:30 The Namibian National Symphony Orchestra hosts a Valentine’s concert at the Dutch Reformed church in the city centre.

• 19:00 Genuine, a one-man show by presented by Jonathan from Radio Raps, takes place at the Windhoek Country Club. Tickets: N$160 via Webtickets. Cash bar available.

Similar News


Eastwood takes centre stage

20 hours ago | Art and Entertainment

Based on a true story, this film is Clint Eastwood's second attempt at directing in 2018 as well as his first starring role since 2012.In...


20 hours ago | Art and Entertainment

Currently running• New beginnings, a collection of artworks by the graduates of the College of the Arts, takes place at the National Art Gallery until...

French toast on a rainy day

20 hours ago | Art and Entertainment

Gerine Hoff • WindhoekIt was on one of Windhoek's (few) rainy mornings this season that we decided on a quick family breakfast.Having recently seen postings...

Events calendar

1 week ago - 10 February 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Currently running• Of the greatness of life, an exhibition by Dr Helmut Lauschke can be viewed in the Upper Gallery of the NAGN until 16...

‘I hear you talk to fish’

1 week ago - 10 February 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Monique de ScandeArthur Curry was born from the union of a fisherman and a beautiful woman that came from the sea, who just so happens...

Bederf jouself in die tuindorp

1 week ago - 10 February 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Okahandja • Yolanda NelOf ons nou die langpad aandurf Etosha toe of 'n naweek wegbreek see toe, op Okahandja moet altyd gestop word vir 'n...

Work starts on local short film

1 week ago - 04 February 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Production on the local short film Baxu and the Giants has begun, carrying across the story of how rhino poaching triggers social change in a...

KP Illest to hype up Fight Night

2 weeks ago - 03 February 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Adolf Kaure • SwakopmundKenyan-born Namibian-based hip hop artist Kamaaizemi Hoveka (26), better known as KP Illest, performs at the Fight Night Exhibition taking place at...

Shyamalan hits the Glass ceiling

2 weeks ago - 03 February 2019 | Art and Entertainment

M. Night Shyamalan brings together the narratives of two of his standout originals—2000's Unbreakable and 2016's Split in one explosive, all-new comic-book thriller: Glass.From Unbreakable,...

'n Stukkie paradys

2 weeks ago - 03 February 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Yolanda Nel • Windhoek As jy regs draai op die Dordabis-pad en die grondpad begin, daar tussen êrens en nêrens, sal jy op 'n stukkie...

Latest News

Rare diseases in the spotlight

20 hours ago | Health

Yolanda NelA rare disease medical seminar takes place in Windhoek on 28 February to raise awareness amongst those affected by it.According to Bianca Özcan of...

Vier fees ­vir droogtehulp

20 hours ago | Events

Yolanda Nel“Ons probeer om die mense wat elke dag kos op ons tafels sit, te help.”Juis daarom het 'n groep mense besluit om 'n insameling...

Pas op vir dié skelmstreke

20 hours ago | Crime

Yolanda Nel - Kleinsake-eienaars waarsku hul kliënte teen ’n foefie waarmee hulle gevra word om vir ’n diens of produk te betaal waarvan die entrepreneur...

Done and dusted

20 hours ago | People

Windhoek • Yolanda NelWhat began as maintaining his own guitar collection, has become both a passion and a hobby when he has a moment to...

Orchestras that play together, stay...

20 hours ago | Education

When more than 120 young musicians and their teachers rehearse for a week and let their musical skills run wild, the outcome is certainly something...

Maltas rock in the USA

20 hours ago | Education

The Maltas Club Namibia recently travelled to the USA to undertake an experiential learning trip. The purpose was threefold: to learn more about American culture,...

Big bucks for top students

20 hours ago | Education

Standard Bank Namibia handed over N$302 000 to the three best performing learners in each of the country's 14 regions who sat for last November's...

Body goals

20 hours ago | Columns

Adolf KaureThe Holy Bible says that our bodies are the temples of the Holy Spirit and that automatically gives everyone an obligation to take care...

Conservation snapshot

20 hours ago | Environment

On Tuesday (19 February), Peter Bridgeford launches the book Conservation Pioneers in Namibia and stories by Game Rangers at the Scientific Society.This book of personal...

Load More