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Cricketers off to World Cup

The national cricket team pictured at their farewell function on Monday night. Back row from left: Ruben Trumpelmann, Gerhard Erasmus, JJ Smit, Karl Birkenstock, Stephan Baard, Craig Williams, Michael van Lingen and Riaan Minnie (analyst). Front row: Mauritius Ngupita, Ben Shikongo, Nicol Loftie-Eaton, Jan Frylinck, Zane Green, Pikkie Ya France, Michau du Preez and Bernard Scholtz. Photo: Helge Schütz

ANTICIPATION for Namibia's first-ever appearance at the T20 Cricket World Cup is growing, after the national team, the Eagles, were officially sent off at a glittering function on Monday night.



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Shine with Posh Beauty

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MODEL and entrepreneur Rahab Inghalwa recently launched her new brand, Posh Beauty, which complements the entrepreneur's online women's fashion brand, Ravenda Posh.


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FLAIR … Fashion designer Julia Kandjimbi showing off some of her newest designs.

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FOUNDER of Ish Namibia, 23-year-old Julia Kandjimbi continues to earn her stripes in local fashion circles, despite economic challenges.



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NAMIBIANS continue to innovate, and shoppers can now buy Namibian arts and crafts online through the newly launched website, www.namibiacraftshop.com.


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