Grooving in the Ghetto Friday 02 December 2022

Grooving in the Ghetto
Kwambala Music Fest


The Old Francistown Stadium is the place to be this Saturday as Dr Nel and Mexican Boys of ‘Tshwara Fase’ fame lead a host of stars for a night of fun.

Launched in 2017, the annual Kwambala Music Festival has become one of the most recognized, established brands in the second capital’s entertainment calendar.

An initiative of Itekeng Ward Councilor cum Deputy Mayor, Lesego Kwambala, the event is famous for carrying on through to sunrise.

The South African hit-makers will face serious competition for the crowd’s affection, with local legends such as: Alfredo Mos and Africa Sounds, Jeff Matheatau, Oscar Chakabuya, Slizer and Maghebula all set to perform.

Other exciting acts include: MC Maswe, Madala vs KellyJess and Mjein.

Advance tickets are selling for P100 or P120 at the gate.

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A double ticket is P180 and P350 for VIP.


Fun lovers are expected to throng Kasane’s ultimate joint, Native Lounge this Friday for a themed session led by South African based DJ Chi Chi.

With an intriguing dress code set as ‘All White with a Touch of Caribbean’ it will be interesting to see what revelers dig out from their closets.

Born Chiedza Mangena, Chi Chi is one of the fasted growing Amapiano DJs in South Africa.

Grooving in the Ghetto Friday 02 December 2022
Chi Chi

She recently made news when a Kenyan promoter duped her, leaving the artist stranded in Nairobi.

The party coincides with a busy few days for the tourist town, as the Botswana Travel and Tourism Expo (BTTET) week takes place too.

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Kick-starting the festive month of December on a charitable note, donated goodies will be handed over at the Galo Mall Christmas Carols next Thursday at 1700hrs.

Grooving in the Ghetto Friday 02 December 2022
Christmas Carols

Francistowners and those who frequent the mall are encouraged to support the less privileged by donating anything from used or new clothes, toys, food items and stationery – basically anything they think those in need might be lacking.

Donation trolleys have been set-up in front of Pick n Pay.

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