Multi media company born in Ghetto


FRANCISTOWN: Creativity and innovation in multimedia has granted the youth to be self-employed and an opportunity to sustain a living.

Multimedia, which has become a trending way of communication across the world with the combination of text, audio, still images, animation and video has made the youth to take advantage of government funds.

According to the Monarch Ink’s spokesperson, Oagile Robert Golebeletswe, the business started in April this year with an initiative to bridge the gap that exists in having less multimedia companies in the second city.

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