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Nnasaretha Kgamanyane
  • Kanye Kiddies Festival, Family Picnic returns

    This year's edition will be held on April 16, 2022 at Wena Tented Camps from 8am. According to the event coordinator, Machiel Sekaba also known as Uncle Dipopae, the event aims to strengthen the relationship between children and their parents.He...

  • Taste of Africa beefs up line-up

    Just to spice and shake things up, the organisers say they have planned to have a surprise headliner for the event to be announced in due course. In an interview with the event co-founder, Mercy Ramojela, she said they have a number of both local and...

  • Miss Cross Country Botswana crowns four queens

    The four queens who won amongst multitudes that tried their luck are Tjeludo Thukuthe, Lisa Ngetsi, Tlamelo Gaolatlhe and Fatima Moeti. Thukuthe scooped the Little Miss cross Country title while Puoeng Maje got first princess title and the second...

  • Talent, fashion galore at Cross County pageantry

    Despite heavy rains on Saturday, revelers did not let them ruin their plans. Although the event started late, revelers were patient enough to wait and stay until the end. Their decision turned out to be worth it. The contestants were divided into...

  • Entertainment galore at Reflector Party and Beer Fest

    The Winning Lounge has collaborated with Mhele Productions in a show that is set to shine light on the upcoming local artists. In an interview with Arts & Culture, one of the event organisers, Kabo Mohutsiwa explained that the aim of the festival was...

  • Kopong hosts Esibayeni Lifestyle picnic

    The event is scheduled for April 16, 2022 at Two Nine Farm. Event coordinator and promoter, Omphile Makholwa who goes by the stage name MrGiven, said the picnic will offer patrons a moment to refresh and rewind while enjoying cool music throughout an...

  • Kabo pens life experience novel

    One such new writer is Segolame Kabo, a secondary school teacher and artist who recently published her first novel titled, 'I Live For Me'. The 358-page book has 60 chapters.She recently told Arts & Culture that the novel is about a young...

  • ‘Living a normal life with epilepsy is possible’

    One thing that makes matters worse for epileptic people is the difficulty of getting first aid treatment from the public when suffering seizures. People without this condition simply do not understand it or what to do when someone else suffers a...

  • Modise's new album launch slated for April end

    The launch will be hosted at Leseding Hall in Francistown. Modise has invited some of the talented fellow gospel artistes both locally and internationally to celebrate with him the important milestone of his life. He will share the stage with South...

  • Thobane: National anthem personified

    Dr Vom, whose birth names are Kangangwani Mogocha, was born in 1977 at Dakwi in the North East District, an area not known for Dikhwaere. Surprisingly, every event he performs at, he steals the show.Although Dr Vom was known during the time when he...

  • Khoisan adds spark to Women's Awards Botswana

    The group's breathtaking performance juiced up the awards that were somehow gloomy. The two lead singers engaged the revelers in their songs making the whole auditorium dance with joy.They sung some of their popular songs in the likes of...

  • Raising a child with cerebral palsy

    Now 29-years old, Mysi Badenhorst had her daughter, Ame when she was 18-years old, but suffered birth complications. The young mother experienced eclampsia that led to her daughter having severe birth apxsia (brain damage). This was not easy for the...

  • First annual Women’s Awards Botswana today

    According to one of the organisers, Bofelo Zebe, the awards are an initiative meant to create space and opportunities for women to meet together, share experiences, resolve challenges and create everlasting bond among themselves. Zebe explained that...

  • Antonybio releases Khina

    Antonybio hails from Hukuntsi and in most of his songs he uses his native language Sekgalagadi. He said that is his way of being different from other artists and mae his language to be known by other tribes in Botswana. He further explained that he...

  • DJ Dagizus releases Ngoma Ya Rira

    It features some banging drums and musical elements that easily make it easy for people to fall in love with the song, from lyrics to the actual beat. Ngoma Ya Rira or simply “The Silencer”, which was originally for the instrumental, is five...

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