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Nnasaretha Kgamanyane
  • Taste of Africa cultural event aims unity

    The event spokesperson, Mercy Ramojela said they will have various African artists performing and various African food cuisines being offered for sale to allow people to taste and experience other African delicacies. "Taste of Africa is hosted...

  • Loeto makes a return to music

    She, however, stopped when pursued her studies. In an interview with Arts & Culture she explained that she then went to London to study for her MBA and while she was there she was inspired by the African acts that had made it internationally. “When...

  • Sygosh releases Ha Ke Na Motho

    DJ Call Me fromSouth Africa of Call Me Studio produced the song. The 37-year-old from Borotsi village in Tswapong started her music career in 2006 as a dancer and later released her first album, Dladleng in 2009.She is also known as Mmaborotho from...

  • Up close and personal with Pompi aka Dinyanya

    In an interview with Arts & Culture, Pompi explained that his biggest passion was content creation, acting and moving people’s emotions through his performances. “I normally collaborate with other local content creators. Minestrone Soup, Xolo...

  • Dottie releases Nkhanyisele

    In an interview with Showtime, he said the song has been highly received both locally and outside like in Nigeria, Lesotho and South Africa. She embarked into the music industry years ago but got recognised in 2018 after her collaboration in six...

  • Artesia Families Grapple With Poor Housing Conditions

    Many residents here, more especially the youth, women and children live in abject poverty and have no place to call home. With no job and good education, many women find it hard to provide for their families. To date, there are still extended...

  • A home for child cancer patients

    Even though her case was better because when diagnosed with cancer she lived in Gaborone, Bontle Modige says she felt sorry for children who lived in remote rural areas, hundreds of kilometres away from the capital city. After receiving their...

  • Gabautlwane finds a niche in cartooning

    In an interview with Arts & Culture, he said he chose painting on shoes because it was cheap for people to buy as compared to artworks. He added that he uses acrylic to do his patterns. Gabautlwane also stated that he learnt that type of art through...

  • Kerebotswe gives back to Artesia community

    She handed over some groceries to four families in the village who are living under disheartening conditions. The handover was done at Artesia Customary Court on Monday morning. When addressing the recipients, Kerebotswe said she chose to give those...

  • The raging GBV scourge

    This country as in the previous years continues to raise awareness against GBV as it commemorated the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence and other days dedicated to women and children. Despite these efforts, it seems like all the...

  • Makanye writes ‘The Cold Love’

    The young man is currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree Honours in Broadcasting and Journalism from Limkowing University of Creative Technology. “Inspired by my childhood and observation of current overwhelming misdeeds happening in our...

  • Miss Botswana management dismisses 70/30% allegations

    The allegations sparked concerns on various social media platforms with those concerned suggesting that there was no need to celebrate the good gestures from the ministry and other potential donors since the queen only gets 30% from the donations. It...

  • CherryApple offers entertainment industry platform

    CherryApple is a film and event production female owned company that supports local talent. The event was sponsored by the Music in Africa and also locally supported by 03 while Kealeboga Mosekiemang and Cindy Sean Sibanda did the production.The...

  • Former TV host introduces kiddies clothing line

    Mpapane is a professional public relations officer. She is also an event planner, Miss Local Government 2013 and Public Service second princess 2013-2014. In an interview with Arts & Culture, she said even though she is still new into fashion design,...

  • Amazon Art Works showcases the Poisoned Apple play

    Mlungisi Molelekeng and Lucas Segopa wrote the play while Amazon Art Works Theatre group administrator, Linda George coordinated it. In an interview with Arts & Culture, director of Ikakanyeng Performing Artists, Dops Baipidi said the objective of...

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