GHETTO ARTISTS VOWS TO REACH FINALS
Ghetto Artists Organization has vowed to showcase their best performance on Saturday when they meet other competitors at the semifinals of the 2013 Presidential Competitions.
The Francistown based drama group will be in Mahalapye this Saturday.
This is the first time they will be participating in the drama category of President’s Competitions.
Katlego Mononyane, the Production Manager said their vision is to scoop the first prize. They will be staging a play titled The Mind.
It is a story about a young girl who obtained a Degree and did not want to take up theatre as her career because she thought it was for failures.
Another girl found her place in theatre and managed to build a house from the money she generated.
Mononyane said the drama is expected to send a clear message to people out there that theatre should be taken seriously because it is a career.
MATSETSE GOES LIVE
Mathews Matsetse aka Mathaio needs no introduction within the music industry.
Having started singing the same type of music at the age of 10, Matsetse has grown. And gospel enthusiasts are warned to brace for more memorable moments.
Matsetse has promised to take his fans on an emotional and spiritual journey.
He has just recorded a live album that comes with a DVD.
“I have been doing studio albums all my life and thought my fourth album should be one I do in front of my audience,” Matsetse explained.
To him, this is growth of a musician. He said fans always want worthy of their money at shows.
And recording live meant that the musician should be always traveling with his/her full band all the time.
MISS WINGATE FINALS SLATED FOR JUNE 15
The much awaited Miss Wingate finals have been slated for mid next month.
Top Ten finalists are currently in camp where they are being prepared for the finals.
According to the organizer, Wingate Marketing Officer Nelly Motswere said the boot camp has been going well and the girls are showing signs of maturity in the modeling industry.
Motswere said the girls are improving by each passing day and predicts an unforgettable night of the finals.
The winner of the Miss Wingate will serve as an ambassador for the emerging accommodation provider.
F/TOWN NURTURE ARTISTES
The City of Francistown through its youth house has initiated programmes aimed at nurturing artistes.
Addressing a full council session early this week, Francistown mayor James Kgalajwe said the youth house continues to bear fruit through its programmes and support to young aspiring people.
Kgalajwe said two youth projects entered this year’s presidential competitions at the museum last month with their artifacts.
The youth projects obtained position one and two respectively.
The third young man entered the similar competition with a painting and obtained position one.