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July 15, 2018 4:00 AM It’s One Night with Maxy

Maxy, who boasts of 13 albums in her 18 years career told the media on Wednesday that she will headline the show that also boasts international artists like Pure Gold. “I want other artists to be inspired by this. I have long wanted to do this,” she said. She said the venue at Tlotlo will only accommodate 900 people and only 600 tickets will be sold. “I know it’s a small 131

July 10, 2018 4:00 AM Waar WasJy To Donate To Charity

Speaking at a media briefing on Friday, the festival organiser, Lecco Kenosi said after a three-year break, they brought back the series with a bigger and better plan. “We sat down as Waar WasJy and decided to come up with ideas to put Botswana first,” he said. Lecco said they then identified BSD as a way to give back to the community. He said they have reserved 136

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 107

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 134

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 115

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 135

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 146

April 25, 2018 11:36 AM Clap 'n Tap splendour at Botho

Lighthouse Theatre Promotions founder Mashumba Mashumba said the mouthwatering Clap n Tap Music Festival dubbed ‘Lobebe lwa mmino wa Seposetolo’ was expected to bring gospel music lovers a time of their life when the most followed and prominent Botswana and South African gospel choirs share the stage. “The choirs expected to partake in the much anticipated 139

April 15, 2018 4:00 AM BOMU Carnival Music Festival to unite artists

The lineup includes amongst others ATI, Vee Mampeezy, Punah Gabasiane, Slizer, Mlesho, Berry Heart and Skavenja to mention but a few. Ntsie was quick to mention that the Gaborone show is not exclusve to BOMU members but even non-members will take part. “Most of these artists were BOMU members but they have not renewed their membership. If we want to see this through 161

April 15, 2018 4:00 AM The Currency to make Maitisong festival debut

The Currency, which was launched in Francistown late last year, will be showcased this evening at 5:30pm in Gaborone. The play features two award-winning Batswana actors namely Kwenze Mnguni and Thembani Mpapho. It is a story of betrayal, love, greed and the power that comes with money. The play reveals what separates the rich and the poor. Based on real-life 175