Kwambala calls for creatives rehab centre

Participants during the mental health, anti-drug, and substance abuse campaign for the creative industry, which was held at Chedu Choga Hall
Participants during the mental health, anti-drug, and substance abuse campaign for the creative industry, which was held at Chedu Choga Hall

FRANCISTOWN: The entertainment industry, which is often depicted as a glamorous realm of success and fame, actually conceals a grim reality of substance abuse and mental health issues.

As a result, the city deputy mayor, Lesego Kwambala, has recently advocated for the establishment of a rehabilitation facility to assist the troubled creatives in overcoming these obstacles.

Speaking on behalf of the Assistant Minister of Youth, Gender, Sport and Culture, Buti Billy, Kwambala addressed the creatives and other stakeholders during the Copyright Society of Botswana (COSBOTS) and the Botswana Musicians Union (BOMU) mental health, anti-drug, and substance abuse campaign for the creative industry, which was held at Chedu Choga Hall.

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