Register with CIPA or no gigs, bouncers warned

Seagile speaking during a press briefing PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Seagile speaking during a press briefing PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Local bouncers have been given a three-month period to register their businesses with the Companies and Intellectual Property Authority (CIPA).

The ultimatum to chuckers-out came to the fore at a press conference addressed by Botswana Entertainment Promoters Association (BEPA) on Tuesday.

The media briefing was meant to deliberate on the thorny issue of bouncers who are said to be engaged in dodgy dealings including cheating promoters by selling fake tickets during music festivals.

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