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Nnasaretha Kgamanyane
  • Success Capital celebrates Lesbian Visibility Week

    In an interview, Gasha pointed out that in its 34th commemoration and under the theme of “Celebrating the power of sisterhood", Success Capital Organisation celebrates and recalls the contributions of amazing Batswana who changed the landscape...

  • Barolong Seboni launches Nitty Gritty book

    The venue was breathtaking. In what seems like a bush with rocks and uncompleted structures built with rocks, lies a very beautiful opening with well trimmed green grass.The venue was perfect for a picnic outing where revellers also enjoyed beautiful...

  • Kenosi’s love for Afro hair births Frocrowns

    She explained to Arts&Culture that because she did not like relaxing her hair, she loved keeping natural hair. Kenosi said she loathed the smell of relaxers and how they would burn her skin.She pointed out that when she completed her BGCSE, she cut...

  • Zacci WaBantwana releases Batswana Ke Kopa Skeem

    The song, which he dropped on April 17, is his introduction to the music industry.In an interview with Arts&Culture, the young artist said the song is asking Batswana to allow him to play his role in the music industry as a way of selling his brand...

  • Hika La Ngwanyana Cultural Festival attracts multitudes

    For its first installment, the event that was free entrance for everyone, attracted a number of people from the village, nearby villages and some from towns such as Gaborone and Jwaneng. For an event that is said to have been planned for a few...

  • Dr Vom steals the show at Hika La Ngwanyana

    At Hika La Ngwanyana Cultural Festival on Saturday evening, the crowd that was already prepared holding sticks and branches waited patiently for the Tsaya Thobane singer to perform.When it was his time to perform, he kick-started his show with his...

  • HIV stigma,discrimination threatens treatment access

    Speaking at the People Living With HIV Stigma Study 2022 launch recently, Gofhamodimo explained that NAHPA, in collaboration with different stakeholders, were commissioned to provide an understanding of the extent and diversity of stigma and...

  • Shades of Green picnic celebrates nature

    In an interview with one of the event organisers, David Letshwiti, he said the Shades of Green Picnic & Food Experience will be offering a charming concept for an outdoor event celebrating nature and stylish green attire. He said, hosted in the lush,...

  • Gongmaster’s son hosts Segopotso Sa Tau Ya Koma

    The event called Segopotso Sa Tau Ya Koma will be held at Camel Thorn in Ranaka on October 26, 2024.Born Mponang Ketshabile, Gong Master died last year at the age of 50 due to a stroke. In an interview with Arts&Culture, Baipidi explained that the...

  • KTM celebrates life of Jesus Christ

    The event was held at the Maitisong Amphitheatre in Maruapula on Saturday.The night kick started with worship songs where the audience was taken through the life of Jesus Christ till his death. The first session was dubbed The Passion of Christ. Even...

  • Barobetse’s dream comes true

    Barobetse, who is a 25-year-old visionary from Lentsweletau in the heart of the Kweneng region, said she has always aspired to showcase her beauty and talent through a beauty pageant.She also described herself as a dedicated Aesthetician, whose...

  • OTZ targets HIV treatment gaps amongst adolescents

    UNICEF representative, Dr Joan Matji, emphasised the importance of OTZ at a time when adolescents are lagging in meeting the 95-95-95 targets.She stressed the need to prevent adolescents from being left behind. "Operation Triple Zero aims to...

  • Shebeen Queen helps mothers with child welfare

    In a bid to accelerate routine immunisation, UNICEF, MoH, Red Cross Botswana and USAID have ensured that they engage different stakeholders such as community volunteers and shebeen ladies to encourage mothers to take their children for child welfare...

  • Motokwe hosts Vaccination Day for routine immunisation

    The event followed data from the Ministry of Health which showed a drop in routine immunisation coverage since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.Health Minister, Edwin Dikoloti, hailed the event as a significant milestone in advancing Integrated...

  • The self-stigma of being young, HIV+ and gay

    From when she was born in 1997, Sekisang believes she was gay. Although she was born male, she felt more of a girl than a boy, which made her believe she was born special.Speaking this week at the launch of a study into the stigma faced by People...

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