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Keeping up with Julia ‘Boss Lady’ Kadhikwa

For those that are avid fans of the Kardashians, they know one just can’t keep up with the fast-paced lifestyle of the dramatic and ever engaging family. 

So captivating is their lifestyle that many are glued on the small screen to catch a glimpse of the family drama of fortune, fame and sometimes misfortune. 

Well if you are a Namibian, one who supports and follows the local celebrity web of lifestyles, you can easily confirm it is equally as difficult to keep up with Julia ‘Boss Lady’ Kadhikwa. 

A newspaper marketing executive at one point, an artist manager another day and boom just like that she is sharing lunch and socialising with some of the continent’s biggest musicians including Davido, Cassper Nyovest and yes even Trey Songs couldn’t escape the shadow of Kadhikwa when he visited Namibia. 

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#OliveEntertainment with @casspernyovest #OliveforLive

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She parties with the best of Namibia’s biggest political and business elites dines with the A-List of Namibia’s celebrities and well if she is bored she flies for hangouts with some of the top international celebrities. 

If you doubt this, ask Manchester City’s lethal forward, Rahim Sterling. 

So who is this socialite from Namibia whose influence continues to grow by the day? 

Boss Lady as she calls herself was born in  Tsumeb and raised in Ongwediva. 

“I look up to Oprah Winfrey a lot,” she said. 

The usually easy-going Boss Lady said her aspiration in life was to learn and teach as well as make a difference in society.

Having travelled the world and worked with well-known artists and celebrities, she does not consider herself a socialite and she still works with local artists but just on a different level. 

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One wonders what then makes a socialite and if she is not one?

An unapologetic Boss Lady believes the network is all it takes to get a price on your tag. 

 “I believe that your network is your net worth, I’m driven to capitalise on my network, ”she said. 

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Such is the enthusiasm and aura around Boss Lady. 

Locally she has had her stints managing comedian Courage the Comedian, worked with  Lethermein and still featured in the recently released ‘Bestie’ video done by the duo with  Sally. 

The video had most Namibian celebrities in a mock wedding sending tongues wagging on whether Lethermein and Sally had tied the knot. 

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Well, many may wonder but the Boss Lady doesn’t normally wander among such crowds, it is her daily bread. 

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Boss Lady who is into comedy and so many other traits has too tried her luck in business finding Olive Entertainment Agency, Olive entertainment Academy and V lifestyle.

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Meet Namibia National Council Chairperson/ senate president

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