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Kasi Vibe sixth edition capitalizes on safety measures

New things to look forward at the sixth edition

The fifth Kasi Vibe edition was one that will go down in memory for many as a great one as many stall owners had the chance to engage the first lady, have her try out their products and know more about their services. Others will, however, due to the demand of the festival, had been stuck in ques trying to enter the premises.

The organizers this morning announced that the latter experience will be a thing of the past as there will be more gates to be used by the public.


” We have three gates in total. the problem at the previous events was that there was only one gate. There will be two for people to walk in and one for vehicles,” said co-founder Salmi Shiguedha.

At this sixth volume of Kasi vibe, expect to be mind-blown as the team brings together young people from all walks of life as they showcase their products and services. Earlier this year, the organizers hosted the fifth version of the Kasi Vibe festival which was a great success. Shiguedha says that Kasi Vibe remains devoted to the development, capacity-building, and growth of small and medium-sized enterprises and shall continue making valuable contributions in the community towards the realization of Vision 2030.

“At this sixth edition of Kasi vibe, slated for the 31 May to 2 June 2019 at the Dr. Sam Nujoma Stadium, we are bringing you an even bigger and best experience with an expanded venue which will have three entrances. We have upped the game, security will be very tight and we will be working together with the Namibian Police and the City Police respectively,” she said.

This festival continues to grow and has attracted attention countrywide, Furthermore, at each edition 10 stalls are given away at no cost to innovative SMEs. In total for the sixth edition, there will be 100 stalls with 70 for services and products end 30 for food.

“We continue to learn from past experiences and therefore encourage you to give feedback on your experiences, continue tweeting, keep posting and see you at the sixth edition of Kasi Vibe,” said Shiguedha.

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