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Goitsemodimo Kaelo
  • Kapeko in love with radiant illustrations

    The 33-year-old budding artist, whose illustrations are magnificent to see, explains that as an introvert, he believes it is God’s gift to be able to express his emotions. He believes art is purposeful while simultaneously it is more than just...

  • Sereetsi & The Natives returns with Mmabatho

    The 10-track album is the well-travelled act’s fourth studio offering and features an A-list of session musos for the project. Mmabatho is a follow up to the debut Four String Confessions (2015), Motoko (2018) and I Am Afrika (2021), which was...

  • Youth lack political interest to force change – Survey

    A recent Afrobarometer study suggests that many young Batswana are disconnected from political processes and aren't taking full advantage of the available avenues to make their voices and priorities heard. The study's findings, which were...

  • Boxyard ups the ante

    The events management company recently unveiled and premiered its top of the range new sound at an exclusive event at the Airport Junction mall. The event, which was attended by different stakeholders such as agencies and promoters, combined the...

  • Tounel seeks to bring unmatched nightlife experience

    The new joint, situated at the Mowana Park in Phakalane, occupies the same space where it was originally Cigar Lounge and most recently, The Summit Lounge. The opening was graced by the who’s and who’s of the entertainment and corporate industry....

  • Moyuthu yearns for big break

    Moyuthu has been passionate about visual art from a young age and wanted to make it professional. The 37-year-old only became a full-time artist in 2014 and has been looking for his big break. “I turned professional in 2014 and that’s when I...

  • BIHL Life Stories Workshop to nurture future storytellers

    The initiative, which is undertaken in partnership with Petlo Literary Arts, and hosted by the Botswana Open University underscores BIHL Group’s commitment to advancing literacy and education across the nation. The BIHL Group sponsored the workshop...

  • Half of Batswana live without reliable electricity

    The 2022 survey, whose results were published on May 30, provides an on-the-ground look at electricity access in Botswana. The study indicates that living in a zone served by an electricity grid doesn't guarantee a supply of electricity. This is...

  • Cheetah Conservation Botswana revives old herding method

    When Jeffry Moyo, a farmer in Gantsi arrived in this area in 2014, his mind was on one thing; farm and sustain his family. He had brought close to 150 goats with him. Moyo says he kept goats, but wasn’t aware that the area had many carnivores...

  • Top Zim artist takes Thapong residence

    While in Botswana, the artist will produce artworks for an exhibition that will be held at Thapong in July. In an interview with Arts&Culture, Muskwe said his visit to Thapong is mainly about a cultural exchange programme which also involves engaging...

  • CCB helps Kacgae artisans realise creative value

    The wildlife conservation organisation has turned what was a hobby for some crafters at Kacgae into creative businesses after upgrading the village’s craft shop to incubate some of the artisans in the village. This craft production project has been...

  • Idle and uneducated: Youth worries Kgacae chief

    When addressing members of the media, who were on a bush camp organised by Cheetah Conservation Botswana as part of their 20th anniversary recently, he expressed concern that young people don’t attend school as they should. Manka highlighted that...

  • Simply Piano music event returns In September

    Salim Kegodile, a representative from Boxyards Events, the organisers of the event, promises that this year's edition will surpass the inaugural one held in December last year. “This year, things are going to be even much bigger,” Kegodile...

  • Another gourmet experience at Pigs on Fire

    It was indeed a feast as patrons immersed themselves on bottomless meat throughout the day. Even though it was a pork event, there was something for everyone as attendees were treated to all kinds of meat to cater for non-pork eaters. The meat was...

  • Palalani’s art challenge gets support

    Five months into the endevour, Palalni says his project has grown and in the process attracted interest from the business community. The 20-year-old visual artist caught the eye earlier this year with his dazzling scribbling technique when he set...

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