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Event Venue: The Club London Courtyard (Nasmith street Southern industrial).
Event Date : 29 October
Gates Open: 8PM
Tickets pre-sale: N$250.00 At The Door: N$300.00 Tickets include a N$150.00 drink voucher.
The line up will consist of Jack Parow
DJ ACe da bass
DJ ALU CU-Rage
The Windhoek Fashion Week will be held on the 2nd to the 5th of November 2016, at the Grove Mall, looking to pool together the best of fashion designers in the country and beyond its borders. With the first two days being workshopping days, there will be great teachings which will be followed by two days of Fashion Show showcasing. Our secured international act is David Tlale, a renowned South African fashion designers who has a presence across the globe, having featured in the New York Fashion Week. The One Economy Foundation, through the Office of the First Lady, seized the chance to make an opportunity available for Namibian designers to participate in his program called “The Intern”, alongside their South African counterparts. He will be announcing the three Namibian designers who will have been selected to feature in the show next year, at the event finale.
Did you ever wonder what will happen if you have a flat tyre somewhere in the middle of nowhere and no one to help you with changing your tyre?
Do you know where your spare wheel & the jack is located? Do I turn the nuts clockwise or counter clockwise?
Come visit the Trentyre Women's Workshop on Saturday, 22nd October at 9am, at ALL of the Trentyre dealerships, nationwide.
The first 150 ladies to arrive will receive a free tyre tool!
Spreading happiness even further
FNB Namibia launched the first ever happiness store in June 2016 and thus far Namibians have put a smile on more than 40 Namibian faces, by purchasing something for them.