GONGMASTER TO PERFORM IN GHETTO
Gongmaster, popularly known as Tau Ya Koma is expected to headline the Botswana Defense Force (BDF) Charity concert scheduled for BDF Donga barracks in Francistown tonight.
Gongmaster is expected to be at his best and rekindle his relationship with Francistowners.
The Ranaka-born folklore singer will share the stage with the emerging dancing queen in Tyte (Keletso Merafhe).
The budding house-kwasa sensation has got the charming dance moves and has been a talk of the town following her recent performance at the BOCCIM Hall alongside the famed Zimbabwean music maestro, Alick Macheso.
GENERATIONS’ MJ FOR LIZARD ENTERTAINMENT GIG
Many know MJ of the popular South African soapie, Generations as a mere actor.
But the dude, popularly known as Naaq Musiq in the music industry is a musician par excellence.
Anga Makubalo will be setting Lizard Entertainment ablaze tonight at the gig dubbed Sam and Bata’s Birthday Party.
Makubalo wrote and sang on DJ Sbu’s song called Qina (IsiZulu word meaning be strong).
He is not coming alone from South Africa. Makubalo will be featuring Ali Chiz also from the neighboring state.
DJ Sly, DJ Teaz and DJ Chrispin The Drummer will be joined by ten disc jockeys from Francistown.
US EMBASSY, BNYC PARTNER TO NURTURE FATHERS
The United States of America (USA) embassy and the Botswana National Youth Council (BNYC) have organized a fatherhood essay contest for all junior secondary school students in Botswana.
The main objective of the essay contest is meant to provoke debate about the state of “fatherhood” in Botswana.
It is widely believed that the absence of the father or male role model contributes to serious social ills.
Therefore, in an effort to explore the parent child relationship, the adolescents will express their views of “fatherhood” and its impact on their lives.
GHETTO ARTISTS PROCEEDS TO THE FINALS
Francistown based Ghetto Artists Organization has won through to the President’s Day arts competitions to be held in July this year.
After winning the semifinals at Mahalapye village over the weekend, Ghetto Artists will take their production of The Mind (Tlhaloganyo) to Gaborone for the finals.
“We are delighted our group is through. Only the best from the whole of the northern part of the country go forward,” said an excited Ghetto Artists Productions Manager Katlego Mononyane.
If Ghetto Artists manage to scoop the first prize at the finals, they will be guaranteed a whooping P25 000 with the runners up will be rewarded with a cool P22 500 and third placed group gets P17 500.