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“Can you imagine Parliament can convene the whole day to reward those who have been rejected by the voters.

No desire for accountability, batlabathibiwajaakadikgomo di tsenamosakeng that they have to vote because it’s RreMasisi.

If you vote without questioning you are a voting cattle.

I know people think I do not mean well but it is an English saying.

There is no desire by the BDP backbench,I guess babobile just like Masisi did with Khama1”

UDC Vice President, DumelangSaleshando speaking to journalists Monday outside Parliament on Monday

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Another fun filled weekend has come and gone and the Magical Voice lens was there to capture it all. Everything from weddings to family gatherings, football matches and more. Here is Society in Action.

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Danielle swagger’s video is out

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Danielle swagger to drop video

One of Botswana’s rapidly rising female rappers, Danielle Swagger has launched to the unsuspecting public her eagerly anticipated video for her hit single ‘I’m Woke’.

Shot on the idyllic sands of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, the video showcases a number of the French territory’s geographical locations.

The video is meant to introduce Swagger to her fan base whilst growing her brand as a professional artist.

Released in April this year, ‘I’m Woke’ is a collaboration between Botswana and Reunion Island.

It was motivated by Honest Beatz production and portrays the rapper’s determination, battles and how she is overcoming life’s hardships to reach the top.

The track was recorded, mixed and mastered by Joël Agapé of UMC Records in La Réunion.

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Amantle brown and Zahara to collaborate

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‘Soul sisters’ sizzle in the rain

Amantle Brown and Zahara set Botswana Craft ablaze – in the rain – over the weekend during the Mascom Live Sessions ‘Soul Sisters’ edition.

The South African ‘Loliwe’ hit-maker, Zahara is a frequent fixture at the festival and once again lived up to her star billing, belting out hit after hit in an energy-fused performance.

Setting the tempo for the headline act was Amantle Brown, who matched her more established foreign counterpart with a sizzling set.

Speaking to Voice Entertainment after the show, Brown compared this year’s experience with her Live Sessions debut, when she opened for RingoMadlingozi almost four years ago.

“I was a kid in 2016. This time I got to know how it feels to be relaxed and be comfortable, building a set and performing without wishing to swiftly go offstage.”

The 26-year-old black-and-brown haired sensation explained that even the arrangement was different this time, in that it allowed interaction between artists – unlike her first experience where artists were in two separate rooms and, perhaps, separate worlds!

Brown performed her hits like Moratiwa, Follo and Black Mampatile to an audience happy to sing along.

Zahara mounted the stage just before 10pm at the step of her usual opening gospel melody, Lizaliseindigalakho, which she performed in a foggy array of colours.

The 30-year-old covered most hits from her debut album, such asLoliwe (the title track itself), Destiny, and Umthwalo, which serves as her personal tear-jerker.

She punctuated these hits with some of her latest work, includingBengirongo, which featured the late Robbie Malinga.

The absorbed audience remained oblivious tothe dark clouds that billow overhead, until finally the rain came down in torrents.

Whilst some ran for cover, others danced freely in the biting rain, rejoicing childlike in the magical moisture.

Amantle Brown’s management and Zahara have agreed to brew a collaboration and discussions will soon be underway towards the production of this project.

However, Zahara was not available for interview after the performance as the heavy rain refused to relent.

“Everytime we complain that international artists do not work with us, but I realised that we don’t use them,” noted Brown, who revealed she listened to Zahara during preparations for her own Junior Certificate examinations.

Brown says that now her songwriting draws motivation from Zahara’s artistry.

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