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Keletso Thobega
  • On marriage wrecking and the “allure” of illicit affairs

    My dear reader, let me tell you about a guy who turned into a cat in two minutes. This guy was a tall, dark and muscular charming philanderer, who probably thought he was God’s gift to women and chowed them as if it was his calling in life. One...

  • Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!

    There is an interesting anecdote about one former top politician who in his prime, although married, was a philanderer of note who had a field day “chowing” and “blessing” women left, right and centre. It is said that some of these...

  • On mixing ‘business with pleasure’

    In my “past life” I worked at a particular company and there was a lady who seemed to hate my guts. She would snarl at me or give me a scary cold stare that terrified me. I was confused because as far as I was concerned, we had never had any...

  • On man’s greatest weakness…

    Tla ke lo tlotlele. There was this other gent who one evening went out to a bar, where he bumped into a young lady he had been eyeing for a while. He offered to buy her drinks. In between sips of the golden waters, he developed Dutch confidence...

  • INSIDE PANDOR’S BOX

    The Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) is deliberately being “driven to the ground” through privatisation to render it easy prey for some BDP “fatcats” and their cronies. This is the contention of Shaffie Pandor, the Alliance for...

  • Crime paranoia and the need for more police patrols

    Sometime ago I was walking to the bus stop near my place and as I walked past the quiet suburb, I increased my pace just in case some thief was lurking nearby. Then suddenly some man emerged from behind me. I have no idea where he came from...

  • Matsheka sues Bandleng mokoko 250k for defamation

    Lobatse Member of Parliament aspirant Thapelo Matsheka has slapped Tefo Seetso of Woodhall in Lobatse with a P250, 000 lawsuit. A few weeks ago, a video of Seetso tearing down posters bearing the picture of Matsheka at the Woodhall shops in...

  • Sheila Tlou: I am ready to serve under Masisi

    Young people, particularly girl children who want to advance in their careers and participate in governance and leadership should forget about boys and focus on their personal development. This was said by Sheila Tlou in an interview with The...

  • BEAUTY WITH STAINS

    Broadhurst Magistrate Court came to a near standstill this past Friday when Lebogang Mhotsha appeared for mention on a conspiracy to robbery case. Sporting a spiral braided hairstyle, the 30-year-old, who looked exhausted and agitated, turned...

  • Of Bundle of Joy and Sisiboy’s broken bromance

    I studied European history in secondary school and Hitler was my favourite subject. I especially enjoyed learning about the Policy of Appeasement. I recall that one of the textbooks we used had a cartoon that depicted Stalin and Hitler seemingly...

  • HOORAY FOR THE GAY

    Botswana’s judicial system has proven to be progressive and upholds human rights, says attorney Tshiamo Rantao following yesterday’s Gaborone High Court landmark ruling that decriminalised same-sex relations. He described the ruling as...

  • KUX DROPS LEFATSHE LENO

    Hip-hop artist Kux has dropped a single dubbed Lefatshe leno, out of his latest EP titled That’s Me. The song is currently on high rotation on local radio stations and notable music platforms. In an interview with Vibe this week, Kuk said that he...

  • MARUATONA PUBLISHES ABSTRAXTION BOOK

    Oarabile Omaru Maruatona has published a book titled Abstraxtion, a collection of literary summaries. He recently explained to Vibe that an abstract in a literary sense is a summary of a larger text. “The pieces I wrote are abstracts in both a...

  • POSITIVE LIVING FROM BIRTH

    Tlotlo Lillian Moilwa is a 20-year old HIV/AIDS activist who has not allowed her status to define her. Moilwa advocates for young people living with HIV, and uses her own story in her activism. During World AIDS Day commemorations in Mochudi in...

  • Model Olorato Erica going places

    The God fearing young woman who was born and schooled in Lobatse, was raised in the Guta Ra Mwari (Zvimiso) church. Straight from the streets of Woodhall, she went to school at Lesedi la pela before completing her secondary school at Crescent School....

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