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Nnasaretha Kgamanyane
  • Moilwa scoops Miss Teen Africa Botswana

    Moilwa also dabbles as a content creator and photography model. In an interview with Arts & Culture, the Form 5 student at Gaborone Senior Secondary said she auditioned for the Miss Teen Africa Botswana online at the end of November 2022.She added...

  • Zambwe’s new book tackles Christian beliefs

    This author, who hails from Parakarungu village in the Chobe District, is also a co-author of a book titled, 'Blockers of Destiny.' In an interview with Arts & Culture, he explained that his latest book was published on May 8, 2023 in...

  • Moeng launches Call and Response

    The launch was held in Gaborone at Exclusive Books on Thursday. The book has nine beautiful sSerowe-born former journalist, Gathataone Moeng, who recently returned to the country after studying for her Masters in Creative Writing abroad, has launched...

  • Nkokowe's Live recording reveals Tswana beauty

    Different performers served the audience with nothing but beautiful performances as they paved the way for the man of the night who is also famed for praise poetry, Moroka Moreri.The event kick started with a beautiful performance by Tsikitsiki in...

  • ‘Platinum Fridays’ brings endless fun

    The event will take place at Platinum Hotel in Tlokweng every Friday featuring local talents. In an interview with Arts & Culture, Latty explained that Platinum Fridays is the ultimate haven for those who crave an incredible vibe and a night to...

  • Creatives give NACB thumbs up

    Different local creatives such as fine arts, basket weaving, sculptors, music, fashion, theatre to mention but a few, graced the launch to share in the momentous occasion.Following that, some of the creatives have shared their feelings towards the...

  • Afro Fusion Affair at Game City Rooftop Saturday

    The event founder, Sekai Segobye said the show focuses on different African music from Botswana and outside. She explained that the event is a pop, jazz, soulful and rhythmic sounds; a combination of those making up the Afro Fusion hence the birth of...

  • Gay man 'forbidden' to cross-dress at work

    She shared her experience as a man who identifies as gay at a commemoration of the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Bi-Phobia event in Gaborone recently.Maoto would like to wear a dress and other female clothes that she feels...

  • National Arts Council launches in style

    From the gorgeous outfits complimenting the event dress code, the council was launched in style. The men who attended the event looked stunning on suits with sneakers.Some graced the launch wearing beautifully designed German print jackets while...

  • Loeto drops 'Pula' EP

    She explained that each song has its own catchy vibe. She explained that she chose the song Pula to be the title track because it was her favourite. She added that she wanted the songs to have an African sound so the EP could have a cohesive...

  • Batshani follows mum’s footsteps

    The Goshwe-born entrepreneur and founder of Tumie Makeover says he ventured into beauty therapy and hairdo to follow in his mum's footsteps. He told Arts & Culture that from a very young age, he used to play with dolls and liked keeping...

  • Nako watches gets Swiss certification

    According to Co-Founder, Gabriel Mothibedi, they have finally received the approval and certification of the Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres (COSC). Founded in its current form in 1973, the COSC is a Swiss non-profit organisation that...

  • Raditladi's passion pushes him to the limits

    Even though Raditladi is also a degree holder in BSc (Environmental Health) from the University of Botswana, he never gave up on art because he believes it gives him peace and freedom to express how he feels.He said the portraits he does bring smile...

  • Mapantsula's 'Donty ka Okapi' campaign succeeds

    The occasion was the Pantsula 'Donty ka Okapi' parade and dance competition grand finale.Their colourful and fashionable outfits such as Dickies pants and the notorious kitchen-suit worn by domestic workers, t-shirts, shirts mostly check...

  • Why are HIV infections rising despite historic 95-95-95 feat?

    PALAPYE: Gorata ‘Queen’ Tsokwane, a sex worker and member of Nkaikela Youth Group says she knows why HIV infections remain stubbornly high in the country, with new cases rising in certain areas, despite the remarkable achievements Botswana has...

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