Author

Nnasaretha Kgamanyane
  • Ants inspire Grace to write an inspirational book

    He explained that the idea of writing the book came in an extraordinary way after he had an unfortunate incident with ants over a piece of bread. He explained that some time later on the same day he studied ants and was intrigued by the ants’...

  • Kitsane’s distorted art opens room for creativity

    In an interview with Arts & Culture, Kitsane explained that she went for that kind of art because she felt it was the root of creativity. She said when other artists were already making realistic artworks, she wanted to be different and stand out....

  • Motlogelwa Publishes The Cabal

    His latest book was launched a fortnight ago. In an interview, the young author said The Cabal was a fiction thriller novella set in the future, 2029. He said that was a period of General Elections, filled with uncertainties and doubts as to where...

  • Tehillah Royal Music Live Album Launch Succeeds

    Even though the choir was launching its very first album, they decided to do a live recording of the album. The show started off with a red carpet where a number of people took pictures at the beautifully decorated photo booth that had the choir’s...

  • Abortion debate flares up again

    Recently, Lorraine Maseng, a University of Botswana student studying Social Work hosted a debate on Human Rights versus Abortion to find people’s opinions on legalising abortion in Botswana. The debate naturally drew mixed reactions with some...

  • Lemo’s love for hymns drives music career

    In an interview with Arts & Culture, Lemo said she started signing at church during Sunday school classes and youth days. Back then she had a heart for traditional hymns. However, she released a traditional hymn single with the Setswana and English...

  • Hades: Teacher-cum-rapper

    Hades is an art teacher at a local junior secondary school. “I grew up listening to conscious rap music that addressed socio-political themes that tore into actual and relatable issues. I was fascinated by the lyricism the artists of the genre...

  • GBV continues to plaque our country - Mokgethi

    She said this at the recent breakfast meeting with the media on Advancing The Gender Agenda in Botswana in Gaborone. Mokgethi pointed out that women were no longer safe in their homes and on the streets. She said rape, abuse and sexual assault were...

  • Samboko Wins Mrs Botswana 2021-2022 Title

    The family woman had been proving that she got what it takes to represent married women across the country not only with her beauty but her brains too. From the early days of her journey towards the title, this intelligent and beautiful Samboko...

  • CCARDESA, University of Stellenbosch sign MoU

    CCARDESA is a Sub-regional Research Organisation established in July 2010 by SADC member states to facilitate coordination and cooperation in agricultural research and development in the SADC region for purposes of promoting technology generation,...

  • A science scholar follows art passion

    The young man is a self-taught visual artist who does realism art. In an interview with Arts & Culture, Tlhako said he specialises in graphite and charcoal media. He explained that he has been drawing all his life, saying it has been part of him for...

  • Uncledipopae hosts Lifestyle Saturday picnic

    He told Arts & Culture that just like other local promoters, he wanted to engage South African Amapiano artists to come and perform in the country.But he decided to drop the event and make a strictly local artists show so that they could also make...

  • Magalaotane shares knowledge

    In an interview with Arts & Culture, the 23-year-old folklore poet said it was crucial that every Motswana is taught how to value Setswana poetry. Kefitile was born in Molepolole and started reciting poems while still in primary school. He added that...

  • Nkamozuki grateful for the Best Disco BOMU award

    This 27-year-old young woman joined the local music industry in 2004 when she was only 10 years of age. She was part of her uncle’s band named the Flying Sounds. She said her uncle taught her many things about music more especially disco.Nkamozuki...

  • Nelson publishes When School Ends poetry

    She pointed out that poetry to her came as way of expressing herself, her views and thoughts. Nelson added that it was at a later stage when she decided to share her poems with the hope that they will provide different insights to life. “When...

arrow up