The Villager newspaper will celebrate its second anniversary on 15 June at the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) and will bring some of the best African musicians together during the event.
This VIP event will be attended by corporate and media moguls not only to commemorate the newspaper's achievements since its inception, but to also network with other corporate players.
African superstars such as Zimbabwe's Oliver Mtukudzi, South Africa's Ringo Madhlingozi and Freshly Ground, as well as local artists; PDK and Tate Buti will thrill the VIPs from 18H00 until late.
The Villager was launched in 2011 by President Hifikepunye Pohamba at the Nampower Convention Centre, an event graced also by several heads of industries who received a lecture from Capitalist Nigger author, Chika Onyeani.
“We have always enjoyed great relations with Namibian corporates and we thought to bring in all those bosses, directors and CEOs for a night of fun and network,” says event coordinator Ruth Shimooshili.
Tickets have since begun selling for the events and corporate companies are encouraged to reserve for their executives earlier to avoid disappointments.
A table of ten fetches for N$10 000, while individuals can purchase tickets at N$1 000 per head.
Tickets are currently on sale via Computicket or The Villager offices.
Call 061 402 102 or email Ruth on email@example.com
Or call Josy on 081 212 5026