F/TOWN GROUPS OUT TO SHINE
Francistown theatre, music and drama groups have vowed to shine during this year’s edition of the popular President’s Arts Competition to be held at a number of venues across the commercial capital of Gaborone.
The country’s second largest city will be represented by Ghetto Artists Organization, Mazganda.com and a number of upcoming groups.
Peter Gaseitsiwe, popularly known as DJ Bunz will be spinning the vinyl in order to be crowned the best Disc Jockey across the country.
Ghetto Artists, a seasoned theatre group seeks to prove to all and sundry that it is the best edutainment group across the country.
On the other hand, the side-splitting Mazganda.com will leave many in stitches of laughter with their hilarious dance moves on stage.
It is against this background that the Francistown groups have vowed to come back crowned the winners of this year’s edition.
DJ GANYANI WOWS F/TOWN
With over 14 years in the disc jockeying industry, DJ Ganyani surely never disappoints. Born, Ganyani Tshabalala, the Venda speaking Disc Jockey has proved to be a crowd puller.
His quality entertainment and experience left many asking for more at the popular hangout joint in Francistown, Lizard Entertainment.
Xigubu sounds a tired and monotonous song that has been played over and over again. But on Friday night, Francistown revelers played the night out and enjoyed throughout.
Revelers requested for the same song to be repeated over and over.
The heavy beat that goes along with the sweet melody of a lady singing softly, forced many to dance to the tune throughout.
Ganyani’s House Grooves 8 also proved to be tickling like never before.
MC MASWE BACK ON STAGE
Popular Mbanxanga music founder, MC Maswe aka Thapelo Maleka is back.
Having been forced to swap a stage with a sickbed after suffering a serious headache, MC Maswe has been under the care of nurses and doctors for almost two months.
The Ramotswa-born music legend underwent a head operation. But now he is back to the place he understands better, the stage.
Last Saturday night, MC Maswe performed before a big crowd for the first time at the BOCCIM Hall.
Dressed in religious regalia, MC Maswe enticed and surprised many at the same time.
“I am back with full force. God protected me and I need to give back to the Lord Almighty God,” said MC Maswe.