DJ Association of Botswana pushes for membership

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The DJ Association of Botswana (DJAB), an organisation formed in 2013 as an initiative to unite DJs from all walks of life, has urged local DJs to sign up.

DJAB welcomes all DJs ranging from wedding DJs, club DJs, bedroom DJs, mobile DJs and Radio DJs.  Speaking during a press conference at GICC recently, DJAB Public Relations Officer, Ricky Mosweu, said DJs should join the association because it would develop their professional lives and improve their well being.

“Members would benefit from the funeral cover, medical aid, legal representation, car rentals and discount in hotel accommodation,” he said.  Mosweu said that in the past they lost one of their experienced DJs and money problems hindered them to give him a proper funeral.  He said by joining the DJ association, DJs would benefit from a number of initiatives. The chairperson of DJAB, Masi Hule, emphasised the need for DJs to join their association.

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