F-TOWN ON THE SCREEN
A documentary film by Supangwao Museum in collaboration with the US Embassy will premier on Friday, March, 24 at the City of Francistown Civic Centre Hall.
The Embassy popped out P115 000 in October last year to sponsor the film titled ‘Untold stories: ‘A history and diversity of Francistown’.
According to the Museum Curator Geoffrey Matheakgomo, the docu-film will boost the second capital’s cultural tourism, with the main aim being commercialization of heritage sites in Francistown.
The film will shine a spotlight on Francistown’s checkered past, from the first gold rush in 1836, to the colonial buildings that have become the city’s identity. Matheakgomo said the documentary will also focus on prominent individuals such as Phillip Matante, WENELA and the history of the iKalanga people.
BIUST CAMPUS INVASION (+FME)
The eighth edition of the BIUST Freshers ball is on this Saturday.
With a line-up that includes A.T.I, Vee Mampeezy, Franco, Latimmy, FME DJs, DJ Kuchi and many Palapye based DJs, this sounds like a serious invasion indeed.
Students tickets are P120, general tickets P150, VIP P1000 or P200 at the gate. Judging by the recent activations in Palapye, it looks like the guys are ready to dish out real entertainment, and hopefully a few Honorary Degrees.
FLORAL ATTIRE ON GREEN (+ATI)
Molapo Leisure Gardens will be one colorful place this Sunday as hundreds of patrons are expected to turn up for the Floral Attire on Green Grass picnic.
The event which is expected to start at midday has a host of performers lined-up. This includes the exciting A.T.I alongside a host of DJs such as Cue, Missy, Dreazy, Cheng, Unanimous and many others.
A standard ticket is P100, P180 for the double or P120 at the gate.