�The Water Garment� restored on time for exhibition

' The Water Garment'
' The Water Garment'

It was tipped to be one of the best attractions at Wilson Ngoni’s ‘Wild Brush: The Maun Experience’ exhibition, but the prized painting fell and got soiled.

Instead of mourning the loss of the exquisite piece, the industrious artist worked tirelessly to restore The Water Garment to its former glory. It will be among the 30 works to be showcased at the painter’s exhibition to be held from February 25 to March 15.

“Soon after coming to Maun, I saw some boys swimming in the Thamalakane river. They inspired me to do this painting. Maun is a hot place and when one is in the area, they would wish they could swim to cool off. That’s how I came up with the painting’s tall,” the artist told Arts&Culture.

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Something ought to be done about deadly A3 Road

The accident which happened near Marapong village comes after yet another horrific accident which claimed 16 lives in July last year near Hubona. These stats don’t include other accidents where fatalities were not as many as the two.While several factors may have contributed to the two accidents and many others, many believe the biggest with that road is the bad state that the road is in. Unconfirmed reports in the most recent accident state...

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