MISS WINGATE ASPIRANTS TO UNDERGO TRAIPSING
Aspiring Miss Wingate finalists will undergo a month long traipsing and immersing themselves in the emerging hotel’s intention.
According to the pageant organizer, Nelly Motswere the road to the finals for the ten hopefuls will be marked by a number of activities aimed at ensuring that the beauties will be the hotel’s face in all aspects.
Motswere said the winner of Miss Wingate pageant will serve as the hotel’s ambassador for charity work.
She said the intention is to give back to the community that has been supporting them since the inception of the business.
Motswere said the finals will be held at the end of May.
BLACK COFFEE WOWS FRANCISTOWN REVELERS
The euphoria at the Lizard Entertainment in Francistown on Saturday night was out of this world to say the least.
Female revelers, especially the younger generation, raised their hands in unison when the respected South African disc jockey and music producer stormed the stage.
This was his second appearance in Francistown having rocked the same place again some three years ago.
For three good hours, Black Coffee belted out tune after tune and revelers responded by dancing the night out.
Even the hostile and piercing cold temperatures never deterred the revelers.
Earlier on, some local disc jockeys gave their best and revelers were treated to nice tunes from as early as 8pm. And almost every reveler left the hangout joint satisfied.
GHETTO WAVES IN ZAMBIA
Ghetto Waves Productions on Tuesday morning left the country by road heading to the Zambian capital of Lusaka for a theatre performance.
The local group joins other groups from across the globe for the prestigious April International Theatre Festival (AITF), which has been organized by the Zambian theatre group and is being held at the Lusaka Playhouse near the Holiday Inn, off Independence Avenue.
The festival was expected to start on Wednesday evening and will end tomorrow (Saturday).
Ghetto Waves Productions Manager Lionel Nkosi said he is humbled by the recognition that his work is receiving from the region.
Nkosi said it is gratifying to note that the region is recognizing the talent that Botswana has.
He is optimistic that his crew that comprises Kwenze Poelo Mguni, Tshepo Tom, Mothusi Onneile, Lorraine Monnawapula, Gosego Madziba and Koketso Keolopile will leave a lasting impression in Zambia.
Ghetto Waves Productions, the only selected theatre institution from Botswana, will stage The Debt, a play that centres around a young man who finds himself burdened by debt after being retrenched.