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Gin Experience
Gin Experience

Your weekend gig guide

The Gin Experience

The Grand Palm is celebrating eased lockdown restrictions by hosting its inaugural Gin Experience. Gin lovers can expect an impressive display of gin at The Fig Tree Restaurant. Taking advantage of the summer weather, the event will showcase a variety of local and international gin.

Date: November 6, 2021


Venue: The Fig Tree, The Grand Palm Hotel Casino and Convention Resort

Fee: The event kicks off at noon and for only P350 guests will receive a limited-edition souvenir glass and ten gin tasting coupons to sample some of the finest gin spirits on the market.

Leteise on Fleek
Leteise on Fleek



Leteisi Attire on Fleek The famous crowd pulling events dubbed Leteisi Attire on Fleek are finally back! The events hosted by Colorful People events will debut with Simmy as the headliner.

Date: November, 13, 2021

Venue: Tashy’s Royal Gardens

Fee: Tickets are sold at P200 per single ticket and P100 children’s tickets while VIP tickets go for P650 single, P1600 double, P3000 VIP foursome

Legends In Concert
Legends In Concert



Legends In ConcertAfter a two-year blackout, mature revelers will finally get to dust off their dancing shoes as the famous Legends in Concert music festival returns. It is known for hosting legendary kwaito artists and this time it will be headlined by Mdu Masilela, Alaska and Arthur Mafokate as the guest.

Date: November 26, 2021

Venue: Notwane Lifestyle Club

Fee: Tickets for the show sell at P250 early bird and will be available at Liquoramas and Webticket Spar


Pretty Girls Love Amapiano
Pretty Girls Love Amapiano



Pretty Girls Love AmapianoAfter the success of their Bikers shorts and sneakers event, Exzozo entertainment will bring Amapiano stars Scorpion Kings Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa

Date: November 28, 2021

Venue: Bojanala Waterfront

Fee: P200 Pre-sold

Covid-19 regulations must be followed

Editor's Comment
Everyone should be on high alert

Close to half a million people in the country have been fully vaccinated while over 800,000 have received their first doses. Botswana has tackled tough hurdles, but the race is far from over.Batswana are gearing up for the holidays and there will be a lot of movement across the country and outside the country. Social gatherings are back in full force and now more than ever, people should observe COVID-19 protocols.Our neighbouring country South...

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