“People read my actions and not my intentions. I don't blame the media for the attitude people had towards me. The media does not fabricate things. When you act like a diva you get seen as one.”
The annual Lobatse International Beef Fest returns this Saturday, July 29, at the Lobatse Town Park. The calendar event has always brought the sluggish beef capital of Botswana to life through live local music, good food and family oriented entertainment.
The Board of the Copyright Society of Botswana (COSBOTS) has during on Monday informed journalists that they had rescheduled their Annual General Meeting (AGM). The meeting which was to take place on July 22 at Paddock Conference Centre will now be held on August 19, 2017, the Board told a press conference.
The Daily Shake programme is designed in a fun and beneficial manner for any individual, seeing that it provides challenging and exciting workouts to help kick start a fitness enthusiasts’ active lifestyle.
A gynecologist at Riverside Private Hospital in Francistown, Dr Kuma Biel, says when a marriage is strong and is not based purely on sexual attraction, the challenges brought about by hormonal reactions caused by menopause should not be a threat to the marriage at all.
The master of the saxophone, songwriter and Grammy Award winner Kirk Whalum is set to serenade jazz enthusiasts at this year’s Gaborone International Music and Culture Week (GIMC) scheduled for August/September this year.
As a platform that engages various African writers and leading storytellers through dialogue and founded by local writer Gaamangwe Joy Mogami, web-based literary magazine African in Dialogue is offering a window into the lives of both local and African writers.
Africa is known to be a religious continent with the majority being adherents of the Abrahamic religions - Islam and Christianity.
By that, I mean most folks hold a belief in the existence of a “loving’’ deity who is also capable of rewarding people for good behaviour and meting out punishment whenever we transgress.
The thought of travelling here; a place close to where the first citizen of Botswana performed a ground breaking activity for a multi-million Pula project - Mohembo Bridge - brought great exhilaration onto my mind.
Local DJ and producing talent from Maitengwe, Princewill Chipaladza whose stage name is Prince De Kok has set a lofty tone in the music industry with his latest offering, which has got peoples tongues wagging and heads nodding to his master piece titled Ke Le Nosi featuring upcoming talent Sheillah Molelekwa on the vocals.
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