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GRooving in the Ghetto Fri 07 September 2022

GRooving in the Ghetto Fri 07 September 2022
Lizibo and Jowa

Untold stories

Supa-Ngwao Museum in collaboration with the US Embassy are working on a documentary that will put a spotlight on the origins of Francistown and the history of Ikalanga people in Botswana.

According to the curator Jeffrey Matheakgomo, the embassy has popped out P115 000 for the project dubbed 'Untold stories' that's expected to boost the city's non-existent cultural tourism.

Matheakgomo said they've already hosted a roundtable with Botswana Accountancy College (BAC) and Botswana Tourism Organisation (BTO) where they discussed the commercialisation of heritage sites in Fr...

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