Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Lifestyle

Pan-Africanist Molosi steps up to a queer stage

When Rainbow School in Gaborone became infamous for abolishing Afro hair among its black students, it was the voice of none other than Molosi...

Batswana get perpetually stoned because they don’t check in rehabs

The concomitant problems of alcohol abuse, tobacco, and illegal drug use are pervasive throughout the country. The benefits of treatment far...

Money turns Botswana into Splitville

For Batswana couples, the difference between “till death do us part” and “it’s over” is usually money. Kgatleng assistant...

The irony of Avani Sun employees complaining about racism

To be perfectly clear from the get-go, not all Avani Sun Hotel employees are rigorous enforcers of a racist and unofficial “moeng-o-etetse-mang?”...

Ancestors Danced

Rock ‘n’ Roll came into existence and people danced to it; so, they did and still do to house, rave, soul, R&B,...

Mum’s the word – Batswana mothers suffering baby blues in silence

Botswana’s archtypical picture of a new mother is all sunshine and roses: A beaming faced doting over her bundle of joy, happy...

Ross branches off hurdles to ride to glory

Ross Branch is living proof that you can never put a good man down. Branch took The Sunday Standard Lifestyle through...

Zeus – The god of thunder and lightning vows to sing up a storm

Let Zeus the musical rap star be known as Zeus the filmmaker, Zeus the event manager, and as Zeus, the entrepreneur.

Stakes Are High

In the last 12 months a lot in the jazz space has been trending and in particular the standard of jazz compositions...

Jazz is not a music genre!

The year 2019 was exciting in many ways and there were a lot of thought-provoking jazz subjects which did not quite exactly...