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NAMAs 2020 entries open

MTC and NBC have officially opened their call for entries for the 10th edition of the biggest music award show, the Namibian Annual Music Awards 2020 which will serve as MTC’s last hurrah to the project.

This announcement was made by MTC’s chief human capital, corporate affairs officer and chairperson of the NAMAs, Tim Ekandjo at 2019 NAMA ceremony in Windhoek. Though unexpected to viewers of one of the biggest music awards ceremonies in Africa, MTC plans to deliver their last unforgettable NAMAs event to celebrate its 10-years partnership with the music awards show.

The entries have been open since 4 November and will continue until 13 December 2019. Moreover, only artists who released albums between 1 December 2018 and 30 November may be entered into the 10th edition of the NAMAs according to Ekandjo. No entries will be accepted after this deadline and unfortunately, no extensions will be granted.

In addition to the usual awards given out there will be a new category titled added called the ‘artist of the decade’ which will be giving recognition to the artist that has won the most NAMA accolades collectively over the NAMA 10-year period.

The 10th NAMAs will kick start on 2 May 2020 and application forms are available at all NBC Offices or the MTC Head Office Olympia.


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