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Gasebalwe Seretse
  • Opposition parties will send us into exile – Khama

    Speaking at Sefhare-Ramokgonami’s parliamentary candidate, Dorcas Makgato-Malesu’s star rally in the village of Tumasera, Khama, who is also the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) president said that members of opposition parties did not...

  • Serowe Battle of the DJs slated for Independence Day

    “Six DJs namely Skul, RnR, Key Maker, Hero, Amstel and Kenn are going to battle it out for the top spot on the day,” DJ King said, adding that the host DJs are also going to perform on the night. The host DJs of the event are DJ King,...

  • Nnunu performs at Masuku’s birthday

    Speaking to Showbiz  upon her return, the songbird said that she felt honoured to have both made it on the guest list and performed at the event. “As you know Dorothy Masuku belongs to a high ranking league of South African jazz legends...

  • Ezibizo praises his heroes

    Speaking with Showbiz, Kgosikgolo Ezibizo said that these men are heroes who have to be honoured because they “achieved great exploits”. “I know that to some people, Khama and Mandela might not be heroes, but I perceive them to be...

  • Double Jay to claim spot with Most Wanted

    The song, released a few months ago, is currently enjoying rotation on radio stations.  The budding artist said that he has finished shooting the video for the song and is scheduled to play on Btv’s popular music show, Flava Dome this...

  • Thabang’s daring single takes jabs at regime

    Showbiz had a chat with the controversial afro-jazz artist, who had nothing nice to say about the present leaders. “We are living in dangerous times.  In the past, Batswana were free to express themselves, but we see things changing in...

  • KTM members mourn, pay tribute to Motswaledi

    Speaking to Arts & Culture, Afro-jazz songbird Nnunu Ramogotsi said that her interaction with the celebrated and multi-talented Motswaledi helped shape her life and career. “I first met Motswaledi in 1998 after my conductor at St Conrad...

  • Buckshot vows to reclaim hip hop crown

    The 35-year-old rapper told Showbiz that he has returned  to lead the pack once again. “I am dropping an album in October this year and it’s gonna seal my place at the top,” Buckshot said. When the artist burst into the music...

  • Cendric talks Khama, Toronto Fashion Week

    “Honestly, I didn’t think I was going to win the award again this year so I was a bit surprised when my name was called out. Having said that, I know that I qualified to be chosen all the same because I have what it takes to be...

  • Phiri overcomes personal tragedy to record album

    “I am currently working on my third studio album. I hope that it will do just as well as the previous two albums,” he said in an interview with Showbiz.  Phiri further said artists should expect crippling challenges in their lives so...

  • Young Setholapula launches Christian range

    Speaking in an interview with Showbiz, Setholapula said after realising that the current fashion market does not cater for youthful Christians who love fashionable and trendy items, he felt obliged to bridge the gap. “One day, I was chatting...

  • Thokwana to launch self-published books

    Speaking to Showbiz in an interview, Thokwana said that she wants to expose her works to would-be clients of all ages. “I am creating a platform for potential buyers to purchase books in bulk and for individuals,” the...

  • DJ King on meteoric rise to fame

    Since his first interview with Showbiz he has been experiencing meteoric rise and today he is one of the most recognised local DJs. One of the highlights of his career was performing at the wedding of Odirile ‘Vee’ Sento...

  • Mmuso the accidental model

    While minding his own business studying at a university in Malaysia he caught the attention of inquisitive photographers who kept on asking him to pose for them. “I became a popular model while in Malaysia and started working for many...

  • Pilikwe residents go to court to block radioactive facility

    The decision comes after government ignored protests from the residents who rejected the facility saying it should be constructed elsewhere. Speaking at a Kgotla meeting in the village on Monday, Dr Sebusang Sebusang, a member of the Pilikwe task...

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