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The world is sleeping on Namibia- Lasizwe

Lasizwe speaks on Namibian culture, creative and SYMLAFA during his visit last weekend.

South African comedian and public figure Lasizwe spent his weekend in the land of the brave and he had nothing but great things to say. Lasizwe was this year’s special guest for the Simply You Magazine Lifestyle and Fashion Awards (SYMLAFA) that took place on Saturday at the Nampower Convention Center.

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During an interview with unwrap.online, the star said he felt loved and welcomed in Namibia. Lasizwe admitted to not having much knowledge on the Namibian entertainment industry however the little that he knows of it is quite positive.

“The world is indeed sleeping on Namibia in terms of its music, fashion, and creativity. It is fascinating that awards such as the SYMLAFA are hosted and recognize talents and culture. They should keep it up,”

Whilst in Namibia, Lasizwe had the chance to explore the capital city and paid a visit to Kapana at Single Quarters where he had a great time, based on his snaps about the mini trip.

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo

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