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Goitsemodimo Kaelo
  • Makhadzi takes fans for a ride again!

    She ditched Batswana at the last minute. This follows after she abandoned a Gantsi show in July for a gig in the United Kingdom. The popular South African artist has once again pulled the same stunt, leaving three local shows stranded at the 11th...

  • DJ Ngwazi to release new Independence single

    DJ Ngwazi, who returns to his home village Thamaga over the holidays for a homecoming concert, has organised what is probably the biggest gig of his career on September 30, Independence Day.Speaking during a press conference at Molapo Showcase on...

  • Fresh Les brings back the Swagga to Rhumba music

    The occasion was to launch his latest Rhumba album titled the The return of Fresh Les, which is his first in the genre almost 14 years since he ditched Rhumba music for jazz.Announcing his return to the genre that first introduced him to the...

  • BOMU targets music industry inequality

    According to Total Music Group founder, Seabelo Modibe, the gender disparity in the local music industry has remained a major challenge for many years. Modibe’s company has been engaged on a five-year agreement since last year to organise, market,...

  • Lunga exhibits culmination of life experiences

    To cement his status and carve a name for himself as a fulltime artist, the Mmadinare-born is set to host his third solo exhibition titled, ‘Humanity’ or ‘Motho ke motho ka batho’ at Molapo Crossing ArtCase Gallery from November 5-17,...

  • Govt, unions end the bickering

    The parties have reached an agreement to consult over matters relating to the preparations of the annual Nurses' Day and Awards.This comes after the Botswana Land Boards Local Authorities Workers Union (BLLAWU), the Botswana Public Employees...

  • Vee Mampeezy announces new show

    The move follows an announcement over new plans for a festival dubbed Vee Mampeezy’s Last Man Standing billed for December 10 at the National Stadium. The Taku-Taku hitmaker announced in January that he will host the one-man show titled 'Re...

  • Capadona Café brings back Kwaito sounds

    Kwaito music, a variant of house music that features the use of African sounds and samples, which emerged in Soweto during the 1990s, used to dominate the airwaves and playlists at parties more especially in townships.Despite its popularity in the...

  • Brush Night reveals Ngoni's striking artworks

    Art enthusiasts were treated to a display of an array of striking artworks from the legendary painter’s catalogue and got to hear his story during a live interview with fine artist and former journalist Loretta Mekgwe.There is no denying the talent...

  • Visual artist starts Arts college

    The economic realities of Botswana mean that most "artists" are in fact craftspersons who make small sculptural pieces, landscape paintings, and craft items for the tourist trade.However, in order to try and change that narrative and...

  • Tsholofelo Carnival targets Phikwe revival

    PNRB, a firm led by former BCL boss Montwedi Mphathi has dared the residents of the SPEDU region to dream of the "return to life" of their town after it acquired the assets of the BCL Mine.Now, less than a year after reaching an agreement...

  • I wasn't wearing a dress—Pitse

    PR Girls Media, the organisers behind the Zambian polo-fashion event, hosted the seventh annual spectacle on September 3 under the theme ‘Emerald in a Zambian World’.Pitse attended the event alongside various other popular celebrities who...

  • Tsholofelo Carnival targets Phikwe revival

    PNRB, a firm led by former BCL boss Montwedi Mphathi has dared the residents of the SPEDU region to dream of the "return to life" of their town after it acquired the assets of the BCL Mine.Now, less than a year after reaching an agreement...

  • Revamped Son Of The Soil returns

    Organisers of the event, Bana ba Mmala Trust said the long-craved preparations are already in full-swing for its comeback. Speaking during a press conference recently, the Trust chairman, David Kepaletswe said the next edition will be held under a...

  • Long-craved Gaborone in-person book fest returns

    This year's event will run from September 15 to 17 with activities of the first two days held at Maitisong Theatre and the last one – the main fest day – scheduled for the University of Botswana (UB) Auditorium.The edition's theme is...

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