SKY Girls BW launches Season 3 of Matswaka Bae

SKY BW hosted a listening session of Season 3 of Matswaka Bae this past Thursday at Lorraine’s Ntlo Maison Bistro, Gaborone. Apart from the chilly weather it was a lovely midweek outing; the ambience of the stunning restaurant was laidback, with a sea of beautiful people and yummy nibbles and drinks. The low-key event attracted media, friends of the cast members and stakeholders including representatives from the Ministry of Health, World Health Organisation and BOSASNET, among others.

28th August 2017

The 2nd annual Nama Culture Festival returns bigger and better

28th August 2017

The second annual Nama Culture Festival will be held on Friday and Saturday at Lokgwabe village, Kgalagadi North. The festival will attract members of the Nama community from Botswana and Namibia, as well as guests who include Vice President Mokgweetsi Masisi, Kgalagadi South MP Frans Van Der Westhuizen and Gantsi North MP Noah Salakae.

Voice of Angel Worshippers releases debut album

28th August 2017

A youth gospel group Voice Of Angel Worshippers (voAw) recently released their debut album, Moment of Reconciliation. The gospel album boasts 12 tracks that share the message of Christ and encourages people to get closer to God regardless of the pain they are experiencing.

Lee Tshipana to serenade at music showcase

28th August 2017

Local singer Lee Tshipana, who is perhaps most popular for being a judge on music talent show My Star, will host a music showcase this coming Friday at AVANI hotel conference centre in Gaborone. Tshipana also usually serenades music lovers at the hotel on weekend evenings.


28th August 2017

Chase Solomon Mabutho, best known as Chase Dipapa in the music industry, is one of Francistown’s best producers. He has managed to survive the dog-eat-dog local music industry having started off his dream career as a studio sweeper in Johannesburg South Africa two decades ago. Chase left from his parents’ house in Monarch and moved to SA to pursue his dream of becoming a music producer. After years of schooling and bench marking as a sound engineer and producer in Mzansi, he returned to Botswana and formed Bon-Fella Records, which is a state-of-the-art professional studio in Francistown. The versatile artist is also involved in the film industry and has produced and directed several music videos and short dramas. Chilled Vibe


28th August 2017

A guy can never go wrong with a suit. But to look lit, there are certain things to keep in mind. Firstly, gone are the days of wearing baggy suits that make one look like they got it as a hand down from their uncle. Suits are fitted to one’s body shape and the sleeves and length are adjusted. When choosing a suit, ensure that you liase with a professional or get a fitting and have it adjusted by a tailor. Always ensure that it fits you well without bursting at the seams. Lastly, accessorise with a stylish watch, smart shoes, a funky tie or lapel. The great thing about suits is that ladies can also rock them too for a bold look.

Vee Mampeezy ‘blesses’ his fans with Champion

28th August 2017

Botswana’s award-winning kwaito kwasa artist, Odirile ‘Vee Mampeezy’ Sento has released another album titled ‘Champion.’ This follows hot on the heels of his successful album ‘I do’, which was released last year in August and earned him a Metro award. The album, Champion, which was launched together with the video of the song of the same title last Thursday, is expected to hit the shelves in two weeks' time.

Tswello drops latest single

28th August 2017

Tswelelo Gaboitsiwe, who goes by the stage name Tswello (#The Rose of Palapye) has dropped a new house song titled, Let me Love. The song features Palapye based artist Lizkid, and was produced by Smiz and Afrokay. The song has infectious beats, an upbeat vibe and catchy lyrics. It talks about the love for a certain woman and makes a promise to marry her.

Leveticus return with banging new sound

28th August 2017

Leveticus have released their latest banging single titled Follow. Heavyweight producers Prez Beats and BK Proctor produced the song. It was the first time that esteemed local music makers worked together on a single project. Leveticus, made of two gents, Cedric ‘Eazy’ Bojang and Potso ‘Boniface’ Tshipang, have come a long way since their days as back-up dancers for Wizards and Vee, respectively.

Soured Chicken Kebabs with Tomato salsa

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28th August 2017


Triple R makes a comeback

28th August 2017

Renowned traditional music and comedy group Triple R is back with a bang. Triple R, made of popular characters Rra Mozara, Rra Monyai and Rra Monyaku, endeared themselves to Batswana with their catchy music and rib cracking comedy short dramas. One member of the group, Rra Monyai has been busy in Klerksdorp, South Africa. He is the brain behind the traditional group, Kopano ke matla, which he worked closely with from its inception.

Charma Gal unveils tombstones for late dancers

28th August 2017

Francistown’s only female promoter, Mable Mahula says that proceeds from Charma Gal’s album launch on Friday will go towards erecting tombstones for the popular artist’s dancers who perished in a fatal car accident a year ago. Speaking to VIBE in the middle of preparations for Charma’s Mmokolodi launch at Francistown Old Stadium, Mahula, whose relationship with Charma Gal goes back to her days as a member of Culture Spears, noted that the dancers need to be honoured as they entertained many people.

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