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For the first time this year, Atlasaone Molemogi popularly known as A.T.I will be at the Francistown’s ultimate entertainment centre, Lizard Entertainment tonight (Friday) to launch his latest offering, O Tsididi.

The popular A.T.I has been appealing to a number of fans whether old or young and the anticipation is that the club will be filled to capacity.

O Tsididi has been on the airwaves for some time. But the people of Francistown and the surrounding villages will be having an opportunity to see A.T.I performing live.

With his awesome dance moves on the stage and heart piercing messages, people of Francistown are in for a treat.


The inaugural Chibuku Road to Fame competition ended last Friday. But it was not a mere competition.

People from all walks of life converged at the Francistown stadium for a fun day and business.

It came and went. But the organizers of the event have promised a more thrilling experience during the 2015 Chibuku Road to Fame edition.

Mponang Ketshabile, who was the Master of Ceremony, announced that the competition will be bigger, better and more exciting next year.

Meanwhile, Luke Lucas Klaas of Mochudi scooped the P100 000 first prize for their sterling kwasa-kwasa dance.

The group could not be resisted. In the second position worth P50 000, Gabane based comedian Oefile Mokgware managed to send the crowd into stitches of laughter throughout the session.

Onthusitse Tsopang and his group walked away P25 000 richer at an eventful competition that left many calling for more.


Legendary Ndingo Johwa is expected to launch the Retired Nurses Society Branch North to be held tonight (Friday) at Tati River Lodge.

Johwa, whose prominence in the music industry is undisputable, will dish out the best of his music.

According to the yet to the branch secretary Tshepo Chepete, the idea of forming a retired nurses’ society in the northern part of the country was derived from the desire to serve the nation.

Without taking anything from the efforts in place, Chepete said most of the retired nurses are not being utilized by the government in terms of offering home based care to patients suffering without help in the country.

She added that the launch is aimed at alerting the government through the Ministry of Health that the retired nurses are still available and willing to help the nation in terms of good provision of health services to its people.

Chepete said the acute shortage of nurses being experienced in clinics, hospitals and other health facilities across the country can be solved by engaging retired nurses.


Be unsure of where will you be tonight (Friday)? Wonder no more! Dumela Lodge is the place to be tonight.

With a well organized event expected to start at six on the dot until batsadi ba kagalema lenyatso, then one needs not to look any further.

Situated in the outskirts of Francistown and from the hassles of the city life, Dumela Lodge is the ideal place where Musa Puso (DJ CUE) will be hosting a gig dubbed FRIDAY NIGHT OUT.

Puso said the night will be a night to remember.

Alongside disc jockeying veterans in the mould of DJ K.U.D.A (Kuda Molebedi), DJ Dez B, The Dude and DJ Cheng, Puso said patrons are advised to come prepared for a night of dance.

Clear skies have been forecasted with favorable weather.





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