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Gasebalwe Seretse
  • Talented Letsebe devoted to fashion

    The 22-year-old fashion enthusiast from Boikago Ward in Palapye fell in love with fashion as a teenager and has since not looked back. “I realised I wanted to have something to do with fashion while doing my junior secondary education, though...

  • Dinnah, the stunning model-cum-accountant

    Showbiz took some time out with the beautiful 22-year-old who gave a glimpse into her tight schedule and how she manages to balance the two demanding careers. “When growing up, my mother’s friends used to gush over me and tell me that I...

  • ATI, Double Jay fallout nearly halts Pop Bottles

    “Yes it’s true that we had a little business quarrel over shares, but we eventually managed to resolve it after reaching an amicable agreement.  I want to assure my fans that we are back together at Pop Bottles and they should expect...

  • Molefinyane targets X-mas season with new range

    He said that he would be giving his clients the opportunity to celebrate their places of origin and their religious convictions through the T-shirts. In one of the ranges, borrowing from the once popular ‘I Love NY’ (New York) concept,...

  • Ketlogetswe: The determined fashion entrepreneur

    The 22-year-old fashion photographer asserts that he fell in love with fashion while studying for a degree in business administration and project management at the University of Botswana (UB).  “It was while at UB that my passion for...

  • Kuaho’s illustrious fashion odyssey thus far

    “Ever since winning Redds African Fashion Award, I haven’t entered another fashion competition as I have realized that now I have a duty to groom up and coming fashion designers in Botswana behind the scenes,” said the fashion...

  • Preparations for 2nd annual Pop Bottles Serowe underway

    “Serowe Pop Bottles is an annual festival that is meant to attract fun lovers from all over the central district and show them that they can have clean fun. We cater for people from all walks of lives and different age brackets,” he...

  • Mbo lauds overseas publishing standards

    Speaking to Showbiz , Mbo said he believes that if he had published in Botswana, the end products would possibly have been of an inferior quality. “If I had published my novels in Botswana, I would have been forced to approach either...

  • Nnunu’s European tour a success

    The celebrated artist, who toured with fellow jazz singers, Kearoma Rantao and Tumediso ‘Shanti Lo’ Loeto said that the tour was a signal for her continued growth in the industry. “We were given the opportunity to perform at some...

  • Sister Anna set to release God Is Not A Man

    In this engaging 10-track offering, the Serowe-born singer showcases her vocal prowess.  Anna avoided the trap of recording the same old tired gospel choruses and hymns in this album. God Is Not A Man opens up with the danceable and the racy...

  • Teenage DJ Kenn a force to reckon with

    Showbiz had a chat with the teenager who is fast making a name for himself. “I come from a family of six that comprises of my mother, four siblings and myself.  My family is supportive of my career, especially my eldest sister Chilumbe...

  • Ras Judah sells local crafts in Wellington

    Speaking in an interview with Showbiz, Ras Judah, who also happens to be an artist said, “I have been living in the South Pacific for the last 10 years being active in the performing arts industry.  As I interacted with businesses that...

  • Wilson finally publishes Door To My Eyes

    “I struggled to secure funds to publish the book because many potential financiers sent me from pillar to post until I decided to forget about them and finance the whole project myself,” he said. The 200-page no-holds-barred memoir...

  • We Bechuana: Kwa Re Tswang concept well-received

    According to Phaf Phafana, one of the organisers of the string of events to be held in Serowe, Mahalapye and Palapye, the reception to the concept has been overwhelming. “We have realised that nowadays the youth and middle-aged don’t...

  • Meet the sassy, classy Mandy Love

    The physically well-sculpted model is confident that she has what it takes to be one of the most sought after models in the country, and across our borders. “I started modelling while still a student at Francistown Senior Secondary School...

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