By: Rodney Pienaar
Ten spinners are expected to impress at a pre-independence spin show that will be hosted by the Windhoek Spin City on the 20th of March.
Popular spinners will be taking the track to showcase their tricks, alongside 18-year-old South African spinner Team Saluki, founder member of WSC Joel Nambahu told The Villager.
“This will be the first time that we will be hosting an event at night during the week. What is unique about this event is that most of the spinners are youths. We are looking forward to a fun-filled night.”
“The international guests we have invited are expected to bring along styles of their own and we believe we will witness tricks beyond the human imagination. We are looking forward to inviting more international spinners in the upcoming events,” he said.
Nambahu also said that WSC plans to take the sport of spinning to all the regions this year.
“As the WSC, we are growing slowly but surely. It is all about attracting spinners from other regions and countries. So far we have had positive support for the fans and we are grateful.”
“Local spinners such as Wambüseun, Hulk and many more will be doing their thing. They have grown up spinning and they are ready for the show. They always have a surprise for the audience,” he said.
The spinning fraternity will also be hosting a women rock show in June or July, Nambahu confirmed.