TERTIARY COLLEGE SHUTDOWN FESTIVAL HERE
Lizard Entertainment will be the place to be tonight.
The popular Francistown hangout spot will be presenting the Tertiary College Shutdown Festival.
And students from five tertiary schools in Francistown will be represented.
According to the event organizer, DJ Da Drat, Eureka and Kelebogile ‘HT Tautona’ Mabua will rock the city.
Over and above the two big artistes, Francistown’s top class disc jockeys will battle it out at the ones and twos.
He said students have ended a semester and this is the only way to refresh after a year of studying.
MISS WINGATE FINALISTS STARTS BOOT CAMP
Finalists for the Miss Wingate beauty pageant drawn from Francistown, Selibe-Phikwe and Serowe have gone into boot camp over the weekend.
The finals are slated for May 31 at the emerging hotel here in Francistown.
A representative of the organizers of the pageant, Nelly Motswere said the boot camp started well and the models have been responding.
Motswere said the boot camp will last for almost a month in which the participants would have an opportunity to network with some of the country’s models, who will also share their success stories.
She also said they will undergo training on how to deal with charity work.
ALICK MACHESO TO PERFORM AT BOCCIM
Zimbabwe top Sungura musician Alick Macheso and the Orchestra Mberikwazvo is expected to set the BOCCIM Hall ablaze tonight (Friday).
After conquering the United Kingdom, South Africa and Mozambique, the renowned sungura musician has set his sights on the country’s second largest city, Francistown.
During his tour of Botswana, the country’s most popular artist Atasaone Molemogi popularly known as ATI will partner Macheso alongside Tyte.
This is not the first time Macheso will be coming to town.
And the popular musician, who has become an envy of many music lovers across the region, is expected to unveil some of his new dances like ‘Zorai Butter.
GHETTO WAVES OPENS NEW MARKETS
Acclaimed theatre act, Ghetto Waves Productions’ flirtation with the region for the past year has earned them a cutting edge, enabling them to open up new markets across the continent.
The group embarked on their first participation at regional theatre festivals in a year ago and has since then held shows within the region.
Ghetto Waves Productions’ Director, Lynel Nkosi said they had rubbed shoulders with groups from diverse backgrounds during their participation at regional festivals and in the process acquiring empowering knowledge.
Nkosi said his group has been exposed to different worlds of the arts resulting in improving the group’s status and maturity.
“We have gained a lot of experience crucial in our creativity.
There is likelihood that we will be attending festivals in Ghana and Nigeria very soon,” said an ecstatic Nkosi.