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Local artists cry foul

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Local artists cry foul

Local artists have accused the Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture Development (MYSC) of favoritism and are even threatening to take legal action.

A little birdie has told Shaya how a certain group received a whopping P1.8 million for one of the productions at the just ended Independence celebrations.

The twist in the tale is that the group, which showcased at one of the international platforms, is associated with relatives of one of the MYSC top brass.

Shaya will be looking forward to the court case -we don’t want another BOT50 debacle around here!

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Bad Boys premier

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Standard Chartered Bank Botswana posted a private screening of internationally acclaimed Bad Boys III this past Friday (24 January 2020) at Masa new capitol cinema.

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Bro Spike sticks to kwaito music

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Despite new genres of music such as, House, Gqom and Amapiano, taking the youth scene by storm, Tebogo Ramalebang aka Bro Spike is keeping his faith in Kwaito music.

The Mopipi born artist recently released his fourth album titled ‘Kumnandi’.

Sang in Zulu, the 10-track LP includes songs such as Kumnandi, Impilo, Ba sbuza ngami, Chova Ngulubane, Dlala Number featuring Skazzo, Love life featuring Kasi Material, Le shapo ka volume, Ke bata yone, Bafwe2 and Monateng featuring Mingo.

The album is a throwback to yesteryears when Kwaito used to dominate the airwaves.

It was recorded at Masilonyana Entertainment in Pretoria, South Africa.

Before his current project, Bro Spike released Ghabadia, Inamba namba and Amagomsha.

RATINGS: 6/10

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Congrats the Chengetas

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Shaya would like to congratulate celebrated filmmaker, Ndinaye Chengeta for his big move, tying the knot to his sweetheart, Candy Makabe at the weekend.

Although Shaya was snubbed, social media was abuzz with pictures of the countless A Listers who who graced the event.

I must say it was an impressive guest list!

We wish the couple and their family all the best. Next time don’t forget Shaya…volume e siame gakere.

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