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Nnasaretha Kgamanyane
  • Differently-abled and following their dreams against the odds

    All the discrimination, funny stares and gossip forces many families to hide their children who are living with disabilities, in a bid to protect them from being bullied by the public. The attitudes are sometimes the result of cultural norms and...

  • Mokgethi gets award

    This comes after she was nominated recipient of the 2022 Dream, Speak Up, Stand Up (DUSUSU) Foundation award based on her outstanding performance in issues of gender equality and development in Botswana whilst serving as the Minister of Nationality,...

  • Modern Tswana to launch Fashion Week

    However, the main event (Fashion Week) is set to commence in May next year. In an interview with the founder and creative director of Modern Tswana Fashion Week, Nchidzi Chikumo, the main event will be hosted for seven days. He urged the public to...

  • Local dancers bring home prizes

    The dancers are under a local dance company, Mike n MsTi Dance Company that offers dance classes for both adults and children. The young dancers managed to win medals and trophies. In an interview with Arts & Culture, the company’s co-director and...

  • Cooler Box Lifestyle Picnic back

    “This is an idea that was brainstormed and initiated earlier this year around March in Kanye, Botswana. It is supposed to be held every last Saturday of each month. The aim is to help grow our local acts. It is also to promote and elevate Kanye...

  • Kgosi Malope II ties the knot

    The wedding kick started at the Kanye main kgotla where all cultural wedding procedures were done.This is where women in shawls (dijale) sung and danced in celebration of their new queen.The wedding could not be complete if they did not sing songs...

  • Miss Hope pageants crown four queens

    The pageantry had four categories namely Little Miss Hope, Pre-teen Hope, Teen Hope and Miss Hope.The queens include Amantle Pheto who won Little Miss Hope; Pre-teen category won by Katlego Matheakgomo, Teen Hope won by Kgarebe Champi and Miss Hope...

  • The Urge Promotions hosts Tarz-B promotion fests

    Urge Promotions is an artist promotion and event management business founded by Ophadile Gofhamodimo. It was registered into a business early September 2022.In an interview with Arts & Culture, Gofhamodimo said their business is currently managing...

  • Len’s Bakeries bring Baker’s Affair

    Lenyatso told Arts & Culture that the event would go a long way in creating networking sessions for bakers and their partners including financiers. She explained that her vision was to see the baking industry growing beyond its current...

  • Moses hopes to tackle mental health

    As such, she hopes to use her position to deliver a dose of care and tackle mental health issues.The beauty queen was adjudged the fairest of 15 aspiring queens a fortnight ago during the Miss Independence Botswana finale at the Cresta Hotel.Moses is...

  • Leteisi on Fleek brings fashion and music together

    This year's second edition of the event hosted by Colourful People Entertainment was a great success.The artists gave fans performances of a life time.Just like it is a norm, the DJs kept the audience on their feet for the whole night with...

  • Monametsi crowned Miss Independence Kgatleng 2022 queen

    The International Hospitality Management graduate with the Botswana Accountancy College is also a singer, self-taught make-up artist and nail tech who also enjoys dancing and cooking. She said her dream was to own a bush safari. “Ever since 2017 I...

  • TSS drops second EP

    Tshepiso Maruping, also known as TSS in the music industry, has dropped his second Extended Play (EP) dubbed ‘Autumn Leaves’. According to the youngster, the EP features artists such as Uber Prync 3G, Kaeymaxx and TMLee. It was produced by Flacko...

  • Ounah’s live recording event a bliss

    The event took place at the Game City Horizon View (Roof top) on Saturday night. Even though the event started later than anticipated, the performances were fireworks.Precious Mosotho of Women in Praise from South Africa (SA) kick started the event...

  • Sekgoni hails African literature growth

    Sekgoni was speaking at the recent Gaborone Book Festival. He quoted the country's first president, Seretse Khama saying, ‘We should write our history books to prove that we did have a past and that it was just as worth writing and learning...

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