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Goitsemodimo Kaelo
  • Botswana faces influx of weapons of war

    With the streets full of arms and ammunition that include pistols and AK47s, Batswana are now engulfed in fear. While the use of firearms is increasingly getting out of control, the police are worried about public safety as well as the safety of the...

  • Motswana sues gov’t over vaccine entry

    Government recently introduced a new travel regulation that required all people aged over 12-years-old to provide proof of full vaccination when they arrive in the country from February 14 onwards.According to the revised Public Health Order issued...

  • Kwa Ga Modipe to host 80s & 90s vibes fest

    On March 26, all roads lead to the newly popular joint Kwa Ga Modipe located at Oodi for 80s and 90s vibes festival dubbed “Re a di busa”. Kwa Ga Modipe is a restaurant and private events venue with a beautiful outdoor space and garden.Revellers...

  • Suping beach party gets down in Moleps tomorrow

    From the local shores, rapper Scar will lead a group of talented DJs such as Crispin The Drummer, DJ Rox, DJ Samusa, Chef Gustos, Kelly Kell, Harrycane, Questo Majaivane, Oura, Casablanca, Mabb Dee, and DJ Lake. Beaches and partying go together like...

  • Soul Fill Up lineup takes shape

    The festival, billed for the National Stadium on April 2 comes about two years late after being postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Soul Fill Up is set to celebrate Franco’s achievements in the music industry.Although the organisers are yet to...

  • It was bound to happen - Political analyst

    The Presidential Commission of Inquiry into the Review of the Constitution led by former chief justice Maruping Dibotelo started its public consultations in Tlokweng before proceeding to Ramotswa, Otse/Mogobane and Lobatse in the South East District...

  • Makhadzi grateful for Batswana's love, support

    The talented artist is scheduled to stage a one-woman show at the Royal Aria Stadium in Tlokweng on March 26, 2022 courtesy of Gilbert Promotions. The event is anticipated to attract a large following after her successful shows during the previous...

  • Local multimedia company to participate in WOMEX

    WOMEX is one of the biggest and most diverse professional conference, trade fair and showcase festival exclusively dedicated to world, global, roots, folk, ethnic, traditional, local and diaspora music of all kinds. The expo offers a unique...

  • Disabled persons still poor, marginalised

    The Quarterly Multi Topic Survey quarter four of 2021 released by Botswana reflects that about 3,361 more disabled people were employed during the time under review. This increase brings the number of employed persons living with disability to 9,358...

  • Local artists light up MC Ronnie's birthday bash

    Big names local artists came out in numbers to join friends and family members and support MC Ronnie on his 38th birthday was on Thursday February 10. Among the performers on the night included Vee Mampeezy, Jeff Matheatau, More Fire Balobi, Oscar...

  • Constitutional review: Birth of political crisis - BOFEPUSU

    The 19-member Presidential Commission of Inquiry into the review of the Constitution led by former Chief justice Maruping Dibotelo started its first of countrywide meetings last week at the Gabane Kgotla.But BOFEPUSU vice secretary-general...

  • Music industry mourns Kgosi Maburu

    The news of Sebulelo’s death broke out Friday morning. It is said that Kgosi Maburu as he was known by his colleagues in the industry and fans died at Bokamoso Private Hospital in Mmopane, where he was hospitalised following a brain surgery.The...

  • Botswana Book Project donates to Matebele FC

    The donation, worth thousands included soccer kits, training wear, nets, soccer balls, markers, bibs and cones among others. Among the teams donated to is the Matebele FC, which is currently competing in the Debswana First Division South.BBP director...

  • Dikgosi suggestions ‘draconian’- promoter

    Last week, Kgosi Sibangani Mosojane of North East region asked the then acting Minister of Defence, Justice and Security Kgotla Autlwetse if it was possible to 'screen' foreign artists before they come to perform in the country. Although...

  • Borwa Botlhaba Oldies Fiesta to revive live-performance

    Two known local brands, Jazz Brew and Tashy’s Royal Gardens have collaborated to host the music festival specifically for the mature revellers or the oldies as they are often called.The festival organisers announced recently during a press briefing...

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