Kwesé is the fastest growing broadcast network on the continent, available in all English speaking countries in sub-Saharan African through its various products, namely Kwesé TV, Kwesé Free Sports and Kwesé Play.
His eatery dubbed ‘The Box’ has become the new conspicuous location where all the elite CBD populaces find themselves licking their fingers and eating from his dexterous palms courtesy of his fastidious cuisine. As a sheer and self-taught chef, Mhlasi uses different plating modus operandi and likes playing with his food thus making it look gaudier.
On the eve of Botswana’s 51st Independence anniversary, the high-riding new kid on the block, Baanthata Mokgwathi alias Ban-T unleashed into the unsuspecting market an 8-track EP dubbed Bantastic Experince. The well-attended EP release took place at The Craft Market in Gaborone where Ban-T exclusively hosted the media and artists alike for an apposite listening session […]
The P4 million turf revival project is expected to be completed by December and handed in January courtesy of a South African company dubbed Artificial Grass Africa. The company is expected to engage about 75% of the Botswana labour force.
Botswana jazz fans will be happy to note that the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz festival, the biggest jazz festival in the north, will kick of its array of soothing musical activities next week Thursday, September 28th -30th at the Sandton Convention Centre, in Johannesburg, South Africa. The 2017 Standard Bank Joy of Jazz marks its 20th Anniversary as a leading brand on South Africa’s jazz calendar.
In the wake of Thursday, 12 October at 20:00 CAT Mzansi’s favourite family, The Ranakas will gather around for a feast of drama when season two makes its début with massive preparations underway for a wedding. Sibling rivalry reaches boiling point between the three sisters. Mama Siba sees a gap to pursuing her passion for cooking .
The Script are one of the world’s most successful bands and have sold over 29 million records. The Irish three-piece have scored x3 multi-platinum albums, all of which were #1 in the UK.
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