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The art times add colour to Maun

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The art times add colour to Maun

The Art Times are on a mission to bring colour and creativity to the community of Maun.

The organisation was formed with the mandate of bringing artists together to exploit and benefit from the market within and outside Maun.

Speaking to Voice Entertainment, one of The Art Times founders, Prince Moyo, revealed they plan to paint the tourist town’s streets in a concept dubbed ‘Tag Maun’.

“We have come up with the ‘Tag Maun’ initiative where we will be donating murals across Maun to make the town more colorful and vibrant,” explained Moyo, adding that thus far they have donated murals to Nhabe Museum and Potential Gardens.

According to Moyo, the paintings will also relay messages that are relevant to the northern town.

“The paintings will not only bring life and add colour to Maun but there will be informative as they carry some messages in them,” highlighted the dreadlocked artist, looking every bit the creative with his hair tied in a bun and a necklace dangling on top of an eccentric, threadbare vest.

Outlining some of the other programmes run by The Art Times, Moyo said, “We do activism through art, last year we did a lot of artworks on human-wildlife conflict as a way of sending messages to the public.”

Moyo and his team intend to officially launch ‘Tag Maun’ soon, to give them the chance to interact with the public.

He called on stakeholders who are willing to donate either paints or other materials to contact them on their Facebook page The Art Times.

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Shaya is not one to meddle with Police investigations and I am not about to start now but this has got me very worried.

Word reaching Shaya is that the senior officer who originally confirmed to the media that Member of Parliament (MP) Polson Majaga was being investigated for defilement has been severely scolded by Police bosses.

The officer is said to be in hot soup as his superiors are reportedly furious that he shared such information with the media.

The high-ranking cop, who was on the verge of promotion, is allegedly now facing disciplinary action.

If this turns out to be true it really stinks – Majaga should not be treated with any special treatment!

The top cop did nothing wrong.

Shaya warns the commissioner and his team to leave the poor officer alone.

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Where are you Mma Atsile?

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Where is our first Lady, Mma Atsile? Shaya is worried at how our First Lady has seemingly gone AWOL; the way she has been quiet of late is slightly concerning.

We may not be used to having a First Lady as we just went for 10 years without one but now we desperately need to feel her presence.

I know she was part of the #SafeHands Challenge which was gathering momentum but has since gone spookily silent.

One would have thought that by now the First Lady would be at the forefront in helping the girl child and newborns with clothes.

I know donors wouldn’t shy away from donating to her plea.

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