• Rasta Man Vibration

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    Ras Judah conquers the South Pacific He came to prominence in the early 90’s with local reggae band Steppin Razor. The group’s debut album, African Children was one of the best musical products to come out of the country. The group split and Ras Judah Seomeng went solo releasing his debut album before relocating to New Zealand where

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  • Woman on the move

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    Marketing Specialist It is not by luck that she is slowly climbing up the corporate ladder. Marketing Manager of Barclays Bank Botswana, Stephanie Stoneham, has worked hard over the years to build a reputable track record and become the leader that she is today.Voice journalist, MMIKA SOLOMON speaks with her about the challenges and rewards

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  • The hunter has become the hunted

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    For several years he edited and wrote on this column. This week he is the subject. The hunter has become the hunted. “While the rest of the world sees with their eyes, I see with my imagination. Writing and the creative industry is my passion and the idea that I have a duty to shed

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  • Man of many hats

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    Respected businessman – Shah He is one of the most successful businessmen in Botswana. In 1992, armed with only a degree in commerce, Jagdish Shah left India for a job in a country he knew very little about. Twenty-three years later, Shah is not only among the respected business people of this country, but the

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  • From herd boy to millionaire

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    Rags to riches After completing primary school, this self made multi-millionaire was forced to become a herd-boy in Serowe because there was no money to pay secondary school fees. Determination, hard work and dedication would however later propel Benny Thomas to the level of success that many with high education can only dream about. Recently

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  • Started from the bottom

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    Growing up in a poor family did not deter him from living his dream of a good life! At the age of 32, he has achieved what many of his age can only dream of. A hard worker who believes that for one to make it in life they have to work hard, Tebogo Phalaagae

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  • Heart of Gold

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    Blessed is the hand that gives Her journey as a journalist opened her eyes to the plight of the poor and motivated her to make a difference. She chose to help the less privileged schoolchildren with school shoes. In an interview with MMIKA SOLOMON Chandapiwa Baputaki opens up about her love for people and children

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  • The man with the midas touch

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    As a Chief Education Officer in Ngamiland I was horrified at the children’s use of vulgar language. Every  school that he headed was guaranteed an enviable position in the top three in the exam results. He had the magic formula and knew how to turn worst performing schools into centres of excellence throughout his illustrious career which spanned over three decades. Damien Thapa was undoubtedly one of the most sought after

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  • Clean, sober and fit

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      Strong willed “If you wake up in the morning without guilt, can’t eat and can go to work tired then you have a problem. If your purse is emptier than last night but you can’t account for the money then there is a bigger problem. If all your agemates look younger than you then

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  • Career Woman

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    On top of her game They say dynamites come in small packages. For Kelly Ramputswa the adage literally describes her. She is an intelligent woman who prefers to be independent. Her journey through to success came through hard work. Now that she is at the helm of the newly introduced courier company, her life will

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  • Touched by local warmth

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      From America with love “I believe in the power of my soul’s destiny. I thank my parents for loving me unconditionally, for nurturing and encouraging me, for allowing me the freedom to explore my creativity. I was blessed with gifts I am to cultivate and share with the world”. These are the words uttered

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  • Film director

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      From a young age he knew he was destined to film director. Immediately after he finished high school he headed to Bulawayo, Zimbabwe to study film. After ten years, in the industry working in film industry overseas he has seen the need to come back to Botswana to impart what he has learned. Meet

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  • Referee on the go

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    For a skinny athlete and not one of the most confident, Emmanuel Masinki has surpassed expectations on the rugby field and he now has his eyes set on the big stage. The former fullback is among the top referees in the game and with more international call ups to officiate all over Africa, the Ramotswa

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  • Controversial beauty

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      Outspoken South African artist Kelly Khumalo often hits the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Indeed, the controversial singer come actress’ colourful private life often overshadows her immense musical talent. However, as she talks all things music with Voice reporter LEONARD MATOTA, the sassy South African’s innate love for her art becomes abundantly obvious.

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  • Poetry of the heart

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    FARM GIRL WITH A GIFT OF THE GARB Born Kootshepile Motseonageng 27-years-ago at Magagarape farms in Kgalagadi, Berry Heart has made waves in the entertainment industry with her controversial dress sense and provocative posts on social media. An entrepreneur, farmer and artist, the bald bombshell, who holds a Bachelor of Arts in English, certificate in

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  • Places, Lights, Action

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    FILM PRODUCER ON THE RISE These are exciting times for Baboneng Film Productions.They are on the cusp of releasing Botswana’s first-ever action movie, the aptly named Deadly Deception. The film, set to premier at the Majestic Five Hotel in Palapye on the 9th of May, is based on Botswana’s Karateka champions and is a must-see

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  • Jazzing it up

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    In this country it is rare that we see youth taking the risk of leaving well-paid jobs to delve into the uncertain and often precarious world of entrepreneurship. For Lesedi Rakhudu, however, this was always a lifelong dream. Rakhudu always promised herself that, by the age of 30, she would leave the safety net of

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  • Sweeping Ghetto streets

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      Francistown Mayoress Sylvia Muzila has selflessly served the nation for the last four decades. The first woman Mayor of the country’s second city has hit the ground running since her historic appointment as Mayoress on the 2nd of December 2014. She is determined to change the face of the city famously known as Ghetto.

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  • Climbing the corporate ladder

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      Everywhere she goes, Tummie Teseletso turns heads. One can easily mistake her for a top executive from an airline business, but she is in the Communications Industry where she has curved herself a name. She does her things differently; she doesn’t use the power of the social media to turn name into a brand.

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  • Rising artist

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      Q: Hello and thanks for making time to talk to us. How are you doing? I am fine and can’t complain. Thank you to for finding it important to talk to me about my art. Q: Let me start by congratulating you for getting sponsorship from the Companies and Intellectual Property Authority to take

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