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June 18, 2018 4:00 AM Grand Palm Hosts Another Thrilling Old School Party

The event held at the GICC on Friday and headlined by Oskido was surely going to pull a crowd and indeed the place was packed. Nothing beats an indoor party on a cold night and revellers had nothing to worry about as they owned the dance floor. A number of DJs like DJ Bax and DJ Peter set the stage alight as people waited for the main act to bless the decks 25

June 17, 2018 4:00 AM DJ Kudas's Cloud9 thrills

The single features Francistown hip-hop artists Klasick and Luna. Cloud9 is a tropical hip-hop type of song with a feel of R’nB. The album was produced by Yarona FM Music Awards (YAMA) award winning hip-hop artist B-Block. “I titled my song Cloud9 because I am always happy and jolly. The word Cloud9 is usually used to describe a happy and cheerful character 28

May 29, 2018 4:00 AM Trompies Thrills Fans At BotswanCraft

The South African group proved that they are still popular in the country when they attracted a capacity crowd alongside Botswana’s Wizards of the Desert. Many fans were left roaming at the entrance because they could not get tickets to the show after the organisers announced that they were sold out. This is also despite the steep P300 entrance fee, which 26

May 27, 2018 4:00 AM DJ Colastraw optimistic of Toropo ya Muka success

The fourth edition of the festival will be held this weekend at Botho University campus, a venue considered relatively safe and secure. Last year’s event that was staged at the Francistown Sports Complex was a notable success but was punctuated with some security lapses. “Just like we have said before, security for the event is our priority. We had meetings 27

May 22, 2018 4:00 AM Trompies Kickstart Oldies' Series

The much-anticipated event will also feature local acts such as Wizards of the Desert of phokoje and koko fame as well as DJ Boogie Sid. According to event promoter Lecco Kenosi, Waar Was Jy Oldies’ Series is debuting and bringing back Spikiri, Mahoota, Jakarumba, Mjokes and Donald Duck. “To fit into the atmosphere, people are encouraged to come dressed 34

May 20, 2018 4:00 AM White Colour Black movie premieres soon

Actor, writer and playwright, Donald Molosi brings the film in collaboration with Botswana Movies Entertainment. The film star, Dudley O’Shaughnessy and the film’s director will be in Gaborone for the event. One may remember O’Shaugnessy for playing Rihanna’s love interest in the video, We Found Love. In the film White Colour Black, O’Shaugnessy plays 37

May 15, 2018 4:00 AM Alleged Cousin Killer 'Confessed' To Traditional Healers

Seven days later, he was arrested once again and taken into custody. According to prosecutor ??? Charlie, Tsametse was reported to the Police by two different traditional healers who he allegedly approached seeking to be protected from facing the wrath of the law for killing his cousin. Charlie said Tsametse confessed to the healers that he had indeed 34

May 13, 2018 4:00 AM More international jazz days planned

Some of the people who graced the event were Miss Mogami and Frank Piscioneri from Botswana Jazz Association, who led discussions on international Jazz day as well as Jazz in today’s society. On the decks were various artists like DJ Archie, DJ Humzie, Uncle Barox and Uncle Shima from Gabz FM who all took time to entertain the guests. The event went as expected 26

May 13, 2018 4:00 AM Trompies to headline Waar Was JY

The event will be held at Botswanacraft on May 25, with Wizards of the Desert as the supporting act and DJ Boogie Sid keeping the crowd entertained all night. This Series is meant to appeal to the older generation, who in the words of the organisers, are their biggest supporters. Trompies did not only make music to be remembered for generations to come, but they also popularised 25

April 27, 2018 2:00 PM BAA, BNOC fight over athletes

The country won five medals, the highest since the first participation in 1974, but the BAA, who produced the winners, now feels neglected after the team’s success. Mooketsi said they worked together with the BNOC in Gold Coast, but now everything has changed. Mooketsi said the BNOC has failed to inform nor include the BAA in the team’s activities since 68