Btv to air Bagaka Ba Pele

Kelemogile Ramasu
Kelemogile Ramasu

A documentary series aimed at celebrating local legends will air on Botswana Television (Btv) following the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement between the producer, Kelemogile Ramasu and the Department of Broadcasting Services (DBS).

For Ramasu, this is a dream come true. His show called Bagaka Ba Pele is a television documentary series aimed at updating viewers on entertainers, authors, athletes, radio, TV personalities and others who have played a crucial part in shaping the entertainment industry but have since faded out of the limelight.

Ramasu told Arts & Culture that Bagaka Ba Pele is divided into 13 episodes and it is a 24 minutes long series commissioned and approved by Btv. “The series looks at what these icons mean to the older generations as well as the present generation and it also focuses on their past and present experiences on different entertainment and sports sectors.

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