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Taking over to empower youth in arts

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Boii KS’ Photography in collaboration with Soulistic Media and Lesego Rooibos are working on a unique project to promote arts in Botswana.
The team works in an endeavour to showcase photography, clothing designs and make up on a singular concept.

The founder of the project, Boingotlo Seitshiro believes that through this partnership, youth will be empowered to work together in order to produce various quality businesses. The project dubbed ‘The Takeover’ will start off with a competition on various social networks- facebook, twitter and Instagram.

Participants must send in their pictures which received the most likes through the selected social media platform, in order to participate in the competition. However, The Takeover panel of judges will select the ultimate winners. To glamourise their modelling career, the winners will be dressed by two upcoming designers and their photo shoots will land in the hands of the three photographers.

This project is slated for November 30th and it is expected to contribute to the Film Industry. The first-ever behind the scene clips of the photo shoot will be put together into a high-end ‘FTV’ format, to broadcast in the local edutainment show and Pula Power.

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Khoisan clinches deal with SA record label

Irene Shone

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They have been in the music industry for only three months but Khoisan group has already secured a deal with South African record label Muthaland.

The group members recently confirmed to Vibe that they have already been adopted by the record label and are gearing to make waves across Africa and globally. Khoisan is fairly new in the music industry but the quality of work of the Marabele hit makers is impeccable as evidenced by this music deal. They tell Vibe that being endorsed by a big brand like Muthaland means a lot and they did not see it coming.

The record label is publishing a deal for their latest song Marabele together with the video. They reiterate that this really humbles them especially for the fact that they only met at an audition but are growing to be a beautiful family that they are that continues to win people’s hearts within the industry. Their music is playing not only in Botswana but across Southern Africa, something that they take pride in. The excited members expressed gratitude to their manager Suffocate of Roc Leashes for helping them make their mark.

The group members will this week tour the North West province in South Africa in continued efforts to take their music to the people. Their single Marabele is still enjoying airplay on Mafikeng FM. Said the group representative: “We don’t take this deal very lightly. We really embrace it and it is a big deal to us, as it really helps in growing us as the new comers and we are certain that it would also be easier for us to release our upcoming first album due to this deal.”

The group members also noted that they are excited that their music will be sold through renowned music store Musica. “We are honoured that our brand is growing with Botswana and will reach more people globally.”

Khoisan will release their next single dubbed Habaebone next month. The song features Bekezela. The energetic and esteemed group anticipates releasing their debut album in April or May.

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Miss Bright Future beauty queens to compete in India

Irene Shone

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Two sisters were crowned as winners in the Miss Bright Future pageant this year. The pretty Thia Nkwe was crowned for the Petite category, while her older sister Anke Lelentle Lentswe was crowned the queen for the Pre-Teen category.

Miss Bright Future has grown bigger and better this year, and two sister queens were crowned this past weekend for the two categories, Petite category and Pre-Teen. The petite category included seven contestants aged seven to nine years old while for the pre-teen category it was 10 to 12 years old. The 15 beautiful contestants walked the tall on that lovely stage with their little chests out and heads held high competing for the crown of this year.

The crowd was exuberant, as they cheered the contestants walking the ramp with trash attire, which was aimed at promoting recycling of waste. Various designers made lovely outfits out of trash that the queens of the day rocked as they competed for the crown.

Founder of the pageant, Makgarebe Nthoiwa noted that this year’s pageant has grown, and she appreciates the support from the public. She further said that this year, the pageant was focused on sustainable development goals as a way of encouraging the young ones to learn about these issues from a young age. “The contestants were requested to work on projects pertaining to these goals.

Each contestant was to choose her favourite SDG and state why they would like to implement it,” she said. The winners will represent Botswana in an international pageant to be held in India from the 11th to the 14th of July.

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