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Mpumi sets ghetto spring fest ablaze

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Mpumi sets ghetto spring fest ablaze

South African songbird Mpumi saved what threatened to be a boring show with an exhilarating performance just after midnight.

On an extremely cold night at Molapo Leisure Gardens, revellers had cowed around small bonfires as temperatures dropped to freezing levels.

The DJs who took turns at the booth tried their best but revellers chose to dance around the fires instead of in front of the stage.

That, however, changed as soon as Mpumi and her two scantly dressed dancers stepped on stage.

The diminutive vocalist belted out some of her popular songs such as ‘Wena’, ‘Umoya’, ‘Somandla’ and ‘MfokaLanga’.

The crowd sang along to every lyric and went wild when she performed her latest hit ‘Umona’ featuring TNS.

This was the second annual Ghetto Spring Festival, a show conceptualised by DJ Phat T.

Last year the festival was headlined by DJ Ganyani.

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MaitengweTitose festive bash

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BW Entertainers will invade Maitengwe village for the 1st Edition of Maitengwe Titose Festive Bash at Itenge Lodge (Manjoo Kaisara’s place near Maitengwe Border on the river bank).

The Boxing Day event features RB2 DJs such as Fondo Fire, Geespot and Fezz Motaz.

Before the show there will be an activation at the football grounds during the 1600hrs games.

Artists from the village will also be given the platform to rub shoulders with the seasoned DJs.

MC will be the comedian, Thapelo Malani.

Entrance is P40.

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Shanti Lo for gin and jazz show

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Shanti Lo for gin and jazz show

This Saturday, Masa Square Hotel will shut the year down in style with the first ever Gin and Live Jazz festival with performances by Tshepi Live and Shanti-Lo.

The event starts from 1400hrs until 2200hrs and is in partnership with: Gin Lou, Tanqueray, Beefeater, Whitley Neil and Tragelaphus.

Ticket are selling for P500 inclusive of five gin shots, a meal and a panama hat.

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Mayor’s minor mistake

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Mayor’s minor mistake

The newly elected Mayor of Gaborone had an embarrassing moment this week when he was denied entry to the VIP section during one of the Mascom Top 8 matches.

Father Maphongo, or should I say the honorable, was told in no uncertain term that he wasn’t allowed VIP access because of his casual footwear.

I must admit I initially thought the over zealous security personnel had not recognized the Mayor.

Fortunately the main man’s blushes were spared as a kind hearted Samaritan lent him a smarter pair of shoes and Maphongo was allowed in!

Welcome to the big city, Mr Mayor, where you’ve got to dress to impress!

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