Botho University drama groups from Gaborone and Francistown clinched first and second positions in the third leg of Botswana Qualification Authority (BQA) drama competitions last weekend.
After battling it out with eight other private tertiary institutions from all over the country Gaborone Universal college and Byte size College took positions three and four respectively.
The four winners in the private institutions category have booked a slot for themselves in the semi finals.
Where they will slug it out with winners from the brigades and technical colleges.
This weekend the competition goes into its fourth stage, where eight qualifying brigades from the North and the South regions of the country will fight it out to find the best four troupes that deserves to go through to the semi finals.
After a thrilling day of theatrical works, the judges advised the winners to polish up their acts, zoom in on the theme and provide solutions of how young can abstain from engaging in sexual intercourse.
The theme for this year’s drama competition is: Youth for abstinence: It is possible: Yes we can, advocates for the country’s youth to abstain from engaging in sexual intercourse until such a time they are more responsible.