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Lesedi Mkhutshwa
  • Vee’s substitute dancer releases new single

    The song features Nicolas Morupise of Emjoe Records and local gospel singer Kabo Taelo. In an interview with Art and culture, Detective Mjein said the song is a splash song with a touch of gospel melodies.He said the song has received a lot of love...

  • Monarch man caught in bestiality act

    Commander of Francistown Police Station, Lebalang Maniki confirmed the incident adding that officers have since opened cases of unnatural offences against the suspect.He stated that so far the man is being investigated for two cases of the three...

  • Making a living from artistic talent

    Girry, who is currently a third year student at the Botswana Accountancy College (BAC) pursuing a degree in Computer System Engineering, developed the love for art at a very young age. He told Arts and Culture that he started his artistic journey at...

  • Moswaane undergoes surgery

    The legislator told MmegiOnline that an X-ray was performed on his injured leg earlier today (Tuesday) and the results indicated that he suffered a fracture on his leg and had to undergo surgery. Moswaane was reportedly hit with a stone by a member...

  • Letsholathebe: A revolutionary educationist

    Letsholathebe joined MSSS back in 2001 as head of pastoral care department when the school was ranked amongst the lowest performing nationally. Masunga SSS started improving its performance under the leadership of Letsholathebe in 2012. The school...

  • Lebotse: An artist of all trades

    However, for Mmadinare native, Nanette Lebotse, she defies the odds of having to find a niche in her artistic work but chose to integrate theatre acting, modeling and poetry as a way of exploring her creativity and intellectual capacities. In an...

  • Ked-Liphi manufactures solar-powered backpacks

    Trading under Ked-Liphi (Pty) Ltd the business specialises in Electronics Engineering, Innovations and Auto Electrical Engineering and their workshop is located in Gaborone, Block 8, Plot 36336.Recently, Ked-Liphi started its second innovation called...

  • Zim herder wanted in girlfriend's death

    According to Tonota police station commander, superintendent Oteng Ngada, the Zimbabwean man fatally stabbed his girlfriend with a knife on March 2 at Makomoto lands.He further said the deceased from Rasesa, succumbed to multiple stab wounds found...

  • Police arrest Letlhakane serial rape suspect

    Since the festive season, Letlhakane villagers were fearful as there was a serial rapist on the loose targeting women, particularly in their sleep. From December 2021 to February this year, the police in the area recorded 15 rape cases. In most of...

  • Missing person found dead

    Letlhakane Police Station commander, Superintendent Michael Maphephu said the deceased man of Phase 1 ward left his parents’ home on February 8 and never returned.Maphephu added that the man was reported missing on February 10 and a search...

  • Thousands to benefit from Okavango is Calling

    It is an initiative which was started in 2017 and comprises a series of events aimed at promoting the Okavango delta as a World Heritage site recognised by UNESCO. The festival organiser, Thato Sebati told Arts & Culture that the festival brings...

  • Tutume police engage Zim Interpol

    According to Tutume police station commander, superintendent Jerry Halahala, the suspected unknown Zimbabwean national committed suicide between February 24 and 25 in Nkange village.Halala said the 26-year-old man hanged himself from a tree using a...

  • Trompies back in Ghetto by popular demand

    Trompies, which was formed in 1992, are known to rap in vernacular as a conscious way of addressing political, social and economic issues that affect marginalised communities. The Kwaito band includes Jairus ‘Jakarumba’ Nkwe, Zynne ‘Mahoota’...

  • Fans over the moon after Mares feat

    Gladys Shagwa, 62 "I am so excited for the Mares to have qualified. The team has made history and we will rally behind the women. As a football fan, I have never missed a women's game on television as I believe they deserve the same support...

  • Naak Musiq and Nokwazi to set Ghetto ablaze

    The talented SA singers are anticipated to dish out their riveting music to hordes of party lovers. Naak Musiq and Nokwazi will be supported by a host of local disc jockeys including DJ Bunz, DJ Da Brat and Kuster.The much publicised show on social...

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