Botswana Musicians Union (BOMU) president, Phempheretlhe Pheto is tonight (Friday) expected to headline the night of praise and worship organized by the Breath of Life Church at its premises at Borolong village.
Dubbed ‘By Fire By Thunder’, popular MC Maswe (Thapelo Maleka) and the Beauty Angels alongside the church’s Praise and Worship Team will play a supporting act during the show.
The show is expected to start at 6pm on Friday till late. Over and above the music, revelers will have an opportunity to be delivered by Pastor Socks.
While Pheto will be belting some of his best songs such as the difficult to resist Lekonuto, MC Maswe will be pushing his new album code-named Legodimong.
Artistes from in and around Francistown showcased their works at Galo Shopping Mall over the weekend in a bid to promote their creativity.
The event was organized by the Department of Arts and Culture.
Artistes involved in tapestry, painting and carving displayed out of these world products a development that resulted in members of the public appreciating what the locals are doing.
Arts and Culture Officer responsible for Francistown, North East and Chobe regions, Tiny Bolokwe said she was not impressed with the crowd that came to witness the exhibition.
Bolokwe said if people generate interest in understanding the creativity in artworks, some of the social ills bedeviling the society will be dealt with.
According to Bolokwe, artistes are able to convey real issues on the ground through there.
In a bid to make a difference in the lives of the students, Duma FM’s Sunday morning show presenter, Georginah Koboto took time last Friday to motivate Masunga Senior Secondary School students.
With performance of students declining by each passing year, Koboto encouraged students to take their education seriously and be proud of their hard work in future after finishing school.
Koboto, who presents Seekers Destination every Sunday morning from 0600 – 0900, urged students to adopt the ‘Education:
My Right My Life’ concept and play their part. She encouraged students to have the ‘Real Swagg’ where they do not take alcohol and drugs at the same time canceling thoughts about sex and choose to have relationships with books.