“Let me be me”  Kefilwe “Ndofaya” Modise

I didn’t have much, but I make sure I make something with what I get By Ramotswedi Rammuta Mahikeng: In our Women’s month edition we feature Kefilwe “Ndofaya” Modise well known as the Brand connector a social media influencer revered for her high than life personality that has earned her a reputation in Bokone Bophirima.Continue reading ““Let me be me”  Kefilwe “Ndofaya” Modise”

Mteigh the hustle princess

By Ramotswedi Rammutla, 14 May 2021 Mahikeng: Twenty nine years old Mmatebogo “Mteigh” Mere is a go getter and ambitious hustle princess. She was born in Kimberley and raised in Mahikeng. A stylist and founder of the brand Mtiegh started her career as a wardrobe stylist for brands like Kaya FM, ABSA, Skip (The clothingContinue reading “Mteigh the hustle princess”

Sekame Road Mural Festival the beautification of Mahikeng

By Ramotswedi Rammutla, 14 May 2021 Mahikeng: The Sekame Road Mural Festival which began on April 26 was set to continue until the end of May with the aim of introducing art in public spaces around the Capital City of the North West. The project presented by Seabe Communication Group is a first of itsContinue reading “Sekame Road Mural Festival the beautification of Mahikeng”

Mahikeng teacher features Rapper Emtee on a song

By Ramotswedi Rammutla Mahikeng:  Sefako Machidza better know as teacher “Dala-Dala, Chairman or tang (a term used for superstar in Setswana slang)” to his grade 12 learners at Molelwane Secondary School in Mahikeng; has made waves after he featured famous rapper Emtee the Hustler on his latest single SBWL release on March 3. SBWL aContinue reading “Mahikeng teacher features Rapper Emtee on a song”

Motswako as a form of expression promotes linguistics and storytelling

By Ramotswedi Rammutla, 11 September 2020. Mahikeng: In this heritage month edition, we talk to one Maftownian who needs no introduction, Tumelo Kepadisa better known as Tuks Senganga. To better understand an individual you need to revisit their roots; a descendant of the great Barolong tribe of Mahikeng with his forefather Mathakgong Kepadisa; who ThekisoContinue reading “Motswako as a form of expression promotes linguistics and storytelling”