Fire dancers usher in the new year

SWAKOPMUND

05 January 2018 | Art and Entertainment

The fourth annual Carnival of Flames "Night at the Nile" fire, dance and music extravaganza took place in Swakopmund on Saturday. Performances were delivered by various dancers, artists and performers from all over Namibia. The show offered the audience a spectacular send-off into 2018. Full report on page 2

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