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.