For a long time, Jeff Matheatau has been rocking the northern part of this country.
But his performance at the Dukwi Night Club was exceptional.
Refugees danced the Saturday night out as they responded to Matheatau’s immaculate stage performance.
The seasoned musician took the audience back to the olden days. Remember the song Ko Moepong?
The song was and is still a scorcher.
Whether they were following the lyrics or not, the entertainment starved refugees who thronged the show in large numbers really enjoyed themselves to the full.
They said it is very rare for a top artist to be performing in the restricted area and that they really needed a singer like Matheatau to remind them of home as most of them are from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the neighboring nations where Matheatau’s kind of music is very popular.
STUDENTS TAKE ON ALCOHOL ABUSE
Through drama, students at Denjebuya Junior Secondary school in the Tutume sub-district are determined to fight underage and binge drinking.
Alcohol abuse has become a common feature among school going children in Botswana and the development has resulted in escalating levels of HIV/AIDS as well as teenage pregnancy.
In a bid to nip the trend in the bud, Denjebuya drama group constantly reminds their fellow students about the dangers of busing alcohol and drugs.
This has gone a long way in reducing the number of school dropouts due to pregnancy. Girl students are now shunning sex and beer drinking, said a student.
MR. SHE FRANCISTOWN COMING
Men, like their female counterparts, have the ability to walk down the ramp. And it is going to be proven sometime next month in Francistown where a local group has organized a Mr.
She Francistown where male models are expected to walk down the ramp in a competition.
In different styles, men will walk down the ramp and at the end of the show the best man will be crowned Mr. She Francistown.
The organizer of the event, Omphile Kebeileng said men will wear business suits that have got an apt tie and they will be expected to show a charismatic look.
Top local disc jockeys (DJs) from Gaborone and Francistown are expected in the country’s second largest city this weekend to rock Lizard Entertainment.
After hosting South Africa’s house music sensation Zakes Bantwini last Friday night, local Disc Jockeys are expected to take over the reins at the Francistown’s ultimate entertainment hangout spot.
Several DJs will give traditional revelers at the club the best music from all genres.
Peter Gaetsewe, popularly known as DJ Bunz is expected to lead a contingent of local and Gaborone based DJs as they turn the nightclub upside down.