The much anticipated Masa Square Hotel (MSH) Fashion Show and Mentorship Programme 2018 came to a thrilling finale this past Saturday, 20th October 2018.
The Grand Palm Hotel, Casino and Convention Resort have launched their Happy Hour named “It’s our Hour” with a new happy hour special drink offering ‘Disaronno’.’’
Samantha Bogopa, Marketing Administrator says the initiative came at the right season. “It’s a beautiful refreshing summer drink that people are going to love. It gives a whole new face lift to the Happy Hour.”
The Mpepu theatre play is set to show at Ntefo Conference Centre in Mochudi. Coordinated by Arts veteran John Marumo, the Mpepu show is aimed at promoting and bringing theatre arts to Mochudi.
On the eve of the annual Masa Square Hotel Fashion Show Arts & Society had the opportunity to go behind the scenes and have an exclusive chat with the man behind the overall production, Namibian born but South African Based Jan Malan, CEO of Umzingeli Productions.
Three years after global French news agency AFP published an SOS message from a Japanese porn star calling for manpower, a video has surfaced depicting a Japanese woman engaging in a pornographic film with two black men somewhere around Maun.
If you have had a conversation with someone who has been to a funeral lately there is a good chance the subject veered to how glamorous the coffin was or how well attended the burial was.
Botswana funerals have become an expensive and flaunty spectacle as grieving families try to outdo each other in giving their loved ones the most lavish send off.
"True leadership demands complete subjugation of self, absolute honesty, integrity and uprightness of character, courage and fearlessness, and above all, a consuming love for one's people," Robert Sobukwe, PAC founding President.
Gaborone Youth Singers left the audience in awe at Maitisong Theater in Maruapula this past Saturday as they rendered extracts from various famous operas and local compositions. The concert show coincided with the choir's 21st year anniversary.
Local initiative ‘The Local Slice BW’ will on November 24th launch its market with a focus on local products and services. The market, which aims to bring local businesses, entrepreneurs, creative and manufacturers to the forefront and under one roof aspires to facilitate a vibrant entrepreneurial culture in Botswana.
A couple of weeks ago, President Mokgweetsi Masisi was pictured leaving for China with his wife and daughter on tow.
A while ago Kgosi Kebinatshwene Mosielele of Manyana stirred a hornet’s nest when he proposed that polygamy should be legalized.
The journey to unravel the supply chain of the ‘Grab and sell’ business began in the dusty location of White City (Gaborone) notoriously known as Harare to those who purchase stolen gadgets at ridiculously cheap prices. The road led to a tuck-shop with colorful candy, biscuits and chips operated by an old lady known only as Rhoda as a front for a thriving cellular phone black market.
The good news is that there are no longer imbeciles and idiots in Botswana. They have been replaced by people with disabilities, thanks to political correctness.
Popular fast food chain, Kentucky Fried Chicken has posted a huge bill board with a play on what is probably Botswana’s most popular coquettish oxymoron: “Stop It, I like It”
If you are in your teens and own a Smartphone chances are you have a mental disorder.
Masa Square Hotel recognises that the hotel industry uses and loses a vast amount of linen each year, especially when occupancies are high.
Clash of SADC’s Finest Spinners
Local traditional dance troupe Morogo wa Ngwana left for Seoul, South Korea recently to perform at the Cheonan World Dance festival international competition that features countries such as China, Brazil, Turkey and Botswana to name a few.
Events management, advertising and lifestyle company Richman has partnered with popular South African actor and influencer Sthembiso Khoza popularly known as ‘Shaka’ in Connie and Shona Ferguson’s DStv premium telenovela ‘The Queen’ for the first ever film, TV, visual and performing arts capacity building symposium on October 5.
In Botswana it is easier to have a back street abortion than to be treated for flu at Princes Marina Hospital.
For P800 and a click of the mouse, Batswana women who wish to terminate unwanted pregnancies can have their wishes fulfilled in a few hours while flue patients are still queing on the line to see a doctor – Sunday Standard investigations have revealed.