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KasiVibeFestival Vol 8 and the Easter Edition opens Exhibition stall application

Kasi Vibe 2020 roaring with innovation and exclusivity.

Kasi Vibe Namibia is in full swing preparing for the 8th edition . The Kasi Vibe festivals preparations are already underway as we are proud to announce a new town where we will be hosting the Easter edition this year.

The eighth edition is happening in Windhoek slated for March 6-8, 2020 at the regular spot, Sam Nujoma Stadium in Katutura.
The awesome surprise is that Kasi Vibe Easter edition is crossing towns and this time around, we are going to have an Easter edition at the coast, at the Kuisebmund Stadium, Walvis Bay on April 10-12, 2020.

“I am urging potential upcoming and established entrepreneurs to apply for stalls. If you are a barber, hairdresser, manufacturer, tailor, painter, whatever services you are offering, please apply for the stalls. Everything has become digital nowadays, we have made the application process easier and this is a convenient way especially to those who are not based in Windhoek. Interested business owners can go to www.kasivibenamibia.com to apply for their stalls, ” says Salmi Shiguedha.


This year, everything gets enhanced and improved with the aim of the meeting the mandate of the festival. The platform assists participants to build their brands while empowering the youth in the process. Kasi Vibe Festival’s pivotal area includes arts, fashion and food. One of the key objectives of Kasi Vibe is to raise awareness on the importance of entrepreneurship and business.
The festival keeps growing larger and better, it has always and will be a platform to exhibit entrepreneurship, innovation, youth empowerment, brand building and connecting different people from all walks of life.

Kasi Vibe will continuously foster and promote a lifelong interest of business and entrepreneurship not only as profit-generating activities but also as a means of creating multiple economic hubs and building sustainable communities.

Started in 2017, it is guaranteed that the festival 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
the realisation of Vision 2030.

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