Author: Anita Rannoba

Anita Rannoba

She brings a wealth of experience with over 5 years in the media. She has contributed to big publications, presented a sponsored sports show and also worked with international organizations. She is a multi-talented, fearless, confident, vibrant, self- motivated and a renowned figure in journalism.

“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give”- a quote derived from Winston Churchill. This past weekend, Tshepang Charity foundation lived up to these sayings as they gifted food hampers and blankets to the less privileged families in Francistown. Tshepang Segokgo, the founder of Tshepang Charity Foundation says they identified seven families who were in need of a helping hand. The donations were part of the charity organisations’ branch launch in Botswana’s second city. “We as Tshepang Charity Foundation donated groceries and blankets to these families to offer relief to some of…

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Whether one calls it Leteisi or Seshweshwe print, it is undeniable that is it a unique print that cuts out lavish outfits of all sorts. The combination of the traditional look embodied with modernization has kept the print in high demand. This print alongside beads and other crafts has over the years kept not only Botswana culture intact but uplifted its fashion market as well. Leteisi has created a phenomenon lifestyle of fashion among the people of Botswana and even created lifetime jobs. With fashion constantly changing, leteisi has sure been flexible with the times to remain relevant and proving…

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With the weather now mellow and warmer days now on the horizon, the 2023 spring season has already presented a variety colours and colour combinations. For this reason, a distinctive shift is being witnessed as we leave behind darker and more neutral colours of winter. A bright spark in the world of colour this season has made room for vibrant tones, vitamin hues and crazy enough unexpected combinations. Already shades of pink, vermilion, electric lilac, powder blue, butter yellow, sunburst and zesty lemon are making waves in the creative industry as they are used to create fresh and interesting looks.…

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Baitshepi Social Club (BSC), a newly established club exclusively for journalists recently donated sanitary pads, clothes and toiletries to the less privileged students of Matsheng Community Junior Secondary School in Sojwe Village. This donation was in collaboration with BOPEU and Cycle 4 life cycling club respectively. The school, located at least 123 km from Molepolole consists of 767 students in total and 433 them are girls. 299 of the 433 girls are boarders and the remaining 144 are day scholars. This kind and noble gesture has been viewed as part of a bigger vision and commitment to lend a helping…

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When the word ‘love’ pops up, it is usually intertwined with affection for the next person. Love for your kin, your spouse, your neighbour … it is hardly associated with self or that it can come from within. With the rise in mental illness around the globe, the biggest yet challenging word that followed was healing. This healing process however all starts with yet another challenge for many, even those without mental health problems, self-love. Self-love, is a complex topic to discuss yet very crucial. For the most of us, the journey of love has been an issue of giving…

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Whenever people think fashion, they think summer. They think of warm and bright colors, dresses of all sorts and tops showing and embracing skin being the order of day. The chilly winter however is often associated with dark and grey cold looking outfits, devoid of warm summery hues. The emphasis of winter wear has been on function and fabrics for braving the cold as keeping warm makes more sense than dressing up. While Botswana winter is short lived and occupies a mere 3 months in the calendar, it is however showing over time that there is a drastic change in…

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Wealth, physical strength, sexual prowess and being devoid of emotion are what for centuries defined a man. This man was tailor made for the proverbial pregnant and barefoot woman whose place was in the kitchen to never question the authority of a man. The evolution of the modern day, progressive working woman with a voice sadly left the ‘man’ in his primitive ways. Society made it that a man’s high body count earned him street credibility whilst all women got was to be shut shamed and in some instances a venereal disease and an unwanted pregnancy. These were perpetuated by…

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