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Gina Jeanz to mentor in the Rackless Kazi DJ residency

South African based DJ and personality Gina Jeanz will be representing Namibia in Zambia come December!

The second edition of Rackless Kazi a Modzi Arts project in partnership with British Council Southern Africa Arts is soon to take place and this time, South African based DJ Gina Jeanz will be holding down the Namibian flag.

The Rackless Kazi DJ Residency is a platform for female DJs aged between 18-35 built through an interactive residency in Lusaka and Harare with the amazing DJ mentors Namibia, Uganda, United Kingdom, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

The residency will take place in the vibrant city of Lusaka, Zambia and is an opportunity for contemporary, local and international artists to push the boundaries of cross-regional artistic practices in the African context.

Since its inception, DJ Alba Nalo has been a mentor in the program to represent Namibia.

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