Vol.22 No.163

Tuesday 25 October 2005    

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Putting dance to music
FRANCISTOWN: Choreography is a career that is not very popular and local people who pursue this line of work are very few. Eighteen year-old Nicole Dima, is one of the few upcoming local choreographers. She developed a passion for the art at a tender age. Even though she says she was young, she wanted to make a career out of it. Choreographers teach people techniques of dancing and steps for modelling. "I teach people how to dance to different music and show them how to walk when on stage during a fashion show," the Francistown-based dancer told Showbiz.

Third mind splits
Just a few months after their re-appearance into the local music industry, Third Mind is reported to have lost one of its members. Kenny Moeletsi is said to have parted ways with the group he founded in 1996. Sources close to the group say that Moeletsi was not happy with the management style of Eric Ramogobya.

Banker by day, DJ by night
FRANCISTOWN: By day he works in a bank, by night he is out spinning discs at parties and festivals. He is Sidney Nzala, but his stage name is DJ Boogie Sid. He resides in Francistown and claims that unlike most people, he does not have a home village and has always known Francistown as his only home.

The barometer of Australia
"The Honourable Wally Norman" (2003) is being shown on Tuesday October 25, only at 7 pm at the Maru a Pula School, A/V Centre (Gaborone Film Society).

  

 
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