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Popular South African musician Patricia Majalisa will serenade her fans in Francistown this Saturday at the BOCCIM hall.

Renowned musicians such as Thabo Mazolwane, Silindile and top names in the local music industry will set the BOCCIM hall ablaze and entertain revelers.

Majalisa has been in the industry for such a long time and most of the Pantsula jive lovers are expected to throng the hall.

The Pantsula music appeals to all the young and the old.

With a mere P100 damage having been set, the organizers of the event have revealed that the security will be tight.


If kudos could be turned into wealth, members of the Francistown based Ghetto Waves Productions could have came back from the Zambian commercial capital of Lusaka richer than ever.

After performing their tears shuddering play entitled Stronger Women, the audience at the Lusaka Playhouse was left speechless.

Kealeboga-Tsheko-PushieThe audience that was made up of people from Malawi, Zimbabwe shed tears as the local group took the reality of women abuse to the stage.

The play narrates the painful predicament women go through to find, some even opting to be mistresses to married men.

From Malawi to South Africa, women are in serious pain. Tears were shed and women from the regional bloc lamented the predicament.


Upcoming musicians in Francistown have resorted to taking their act to bars in a bid to earn a living through their talents.

This is after they have realized that it is hard to organize successful shows in Francistown and the surrounding areas.

However, upcoming musicians here have found welcoming and warm hands in bars and some hangout joins in the country’s second largest city popularly known as the Ghetto.

Tonight (Friday) rising Pearluza (Goitsemang Thomas) is expected to be belting it out at Donga Hottentots Bar. According to Pearluza, the show that is expected to start at 6pm sharp and end at 11pm will be one to remember.

With the exciting and promising rhumba maestro Lesego Ikaneng popularly known as Lesh da Lottoboy playing the supporting acts, it is going to be the best show to attend, she said.

Pearluza of the Monna wa Dijeje fame reminded revelers and patrons of the hangout joint to be ready for the show that will expose the talent the local musicians have.

A damage of P10 will be asked during a show where DJ Huru (Ookeditse Jeffrey) will be on the ones and twos throughout.








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