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Nnasaretha Kgamanyane
  • Dintorokong Choir wins Southern Region dikhwaere competition

    Dintorokong Choir represented Kweneng District very well as they were crowned this year's dikhwaere champions after scoring 88%. The choir was no stranger to scooping the first position during the dikhwaere competition as they previously won the...

  • Newly crowned MRS Botswana aims to impact lives

    Leroy-Mosepidi hails from a small village in the Kgalagari called Draaihoek, just 54km south east of Werda. She is married in Moshupa and plans to fight social ills such as gender-based violence (GBV). This beauty with brains, who is an accountant by...

  • Tshwaragano Ya Koma album launch in July

    The album was recorded in 2022 and released in 2023. In an interview with the founder and director of Mosu Mantsie 585 Studios, Rapula Mhlanga, he said Tshwaragano Ya Koma is a collaboration initiative by Batswana artists. He further pointed out that...

  • Cyber archives preserve history and culture

    Matebesi explained that by harnessing the power of data, and embracing emerging technologies, archives empower societies to make informed decisions, foster transparency and preserve cultural heritage. He added that in today’s rapidly evolving...

  • Tsima’s bead work talent recognised

    The Kanye native says she developed an interest in crafts at a tender age and that her love for the creative arts continued as she grew older. She told Arts&Culture that this led her to study art at junior secondary school, where she chose it as one...

  • Designers showcase stunning masterpieces

    However, Fashion Week of All Nations organisors have put it upon themselves to host a fashion show that showcases the forgotten local traditional wear such as makgabe, phaeyana and or tshega. The fashion show was hosted at Cresta Lodge in Gaborone on...

  • Creatives celebrate African Culture through fashion show

    The African Collections’ Fashion Week of All Nations show will be held at the Cresta Lodge in Gaborone on Saturday.The project director, Daisy Botsoba-Tlhabologang, said she was inspired by her Setswana culture and lifestyle especially the...

  • Marime writes ‘Behind The Smile’

    In an interview with Arts and Culture, the 24-year-old young woman pointed out that she is currently pursuing her career to become a chartered accountant. She explained that MoBots Creatives (Pty) Ltd published her fiction book on May 26. The book...

  • ‘Jazz Reflections with Nono Siile’s launch on cards

    Her manager, Tshepo Ngakaagae, told Arts&Culture that the motivation behind staging the launch or music session stems from Nono Siile’s deep passion for music and a desire to connect with listeners on a more intimate level. Furthermore, she...

  • Glotto kickstarts Mr Price internship

    Glotto is a sustainable clothing brand that produces Afrocentric unisex garments proudly made in Botswana.Founded and creatively directed by Mboko Basiami, Glotto focuses on blending contemporary fashion with traditional African aesthetics. In an...

  • Wine lovers get a treat

    The event was a perfect chill out session after a hectic week for many revellers who needed to just relax and unwind.The set up was breathtaking with different wines, snacks, food, and cosmetic stalls. There was also beautiful art display while the...

  • Experiencing the Khawa Dune Challenge

    For those who enjoy long road trips, the off-road vehicle fanatics and adventure tourism lovers, a trip to Khawa settlement is a perfect destination.Having recently fallen in love with adventure tourism and willing to explore life more fully, I could...

  • A herbalist on a mission

    Over the years, Oduetse Mphahudi has developed and practised herbal medicine based on the combined knowledge of indigenous knowledge and medical science. He owns two clinics for herbal medicines in Gaborone, Block 8, known as Mphahudi’s Home...

  • Dops Baipidi releases Ke Moya

    Baipidi, who is also an events promoter-cum actor’s latest release was produced by Thapelo wa Mojuta at Big Teeh Productions. In an interview with Arts&Culture, he stated that the song was inspired by the day-to-day issues that he faces. Baipidi...

  • Ratie is My Star 2024 winner

    The Molepolole native also won herself a scholarship. Kgoboeng, who is also known as Ratie, taken from her middle name Oratile, told Arts&Culture that despite her talent, she had never thought of winning the My Star competition in her lifetime. “I...

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