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The battle of the dance crews on!

Namibian dance crew, Namjive, battle it out on the dancefloor versus South Africa’s own, Soweto’s Finest at the Kongoma Dance Festival.

Now it’s the fourth edition of the biggest dance competition in Namibia, the battle to the grand prize N$30 000 is officially on. According to Kongoma president, Issy Nakamwe 15 group well-prepped to give it their all the competition is steep as the contestants have grown in numbers to not only win the ultimate cash prize but boost their careers by earning the title as an elite dance crew.  

Within the event, one of South Africa’s most talented dance crews / artist, Soweto’s Finest will go toe to toe against one of the most well recognised dance groups in Namibia, Namjiva also known as O.K.KS. This truly will be the battle of the greats as audience will witness professional dance crews perform live.   

All the actions will take place on 7 December, at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek from 3PM until approximately 7PM. General entrance fee will be N$ 40 while VIP’s entrance fees will be N$ 150.


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