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Video web based magazine on the offing

Africa’s first video web based magazine might just come from Botswana. Diantsha Botswana, a business directory and entertainment portal will go live next month.


According to Diantsha Digital Films Marketing Manager, Frazmena Siniwa-Basiyawo, the magazine will offer a gateway for Botswana and the world to experience life “in the now”. “We are young people moving with the times and embracing technology. People can log in using their smart phones, the website is very easy to navigate, it has 8 sections; it is user friendly and even a first time user will not have trouble finding their way around the site,” Siniwa-Basiyawo said.


The eight sections include Sports, TV shows, Travel and Tourism and other sections for businesses to advertise their products and services. The two TV shows, Young Parenting Botswana and New Business World have already attracted a following through Facebook pages. Young Parenting is a show meant to offer advice for young parents. The website will also feature local music videos. New Business World provides mentorship, guidance, inspiration as well as motivation to young entrepreneurs in Botswana


“The site is ready for launching and currently only companies willing to have their videos uploaded on the magazine can view it before we launch it next month,” Siniwa-Basiwayo told WeekendLife. The site, she said will have a shelf life of 2 months, where content, except sports and TV shows, will be updated bimonthly. The TV shows and sports section will be updated weekly or as and when they come. All content that goes on online, according to her will later be put on to DVD and distributed across Botswana.


According to her, about 14 youthful videographers, graphic designers, scriptwriters and TV ambassadors are all involved in making the web based digital magazine a reality. Diantsha Botswana hopes to raise the bar for superior video content on the Web locally.


Recently, online magazine publishers have ploughed money into video, precisely because of the need for consumers to view content on the move and not have to read through everything.

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TatsoConnekt Leading Women Brunch

14th October 2022

On Saturday 29 October 2022 (11:00- 15:00) Bash Connektor will be presenting their 1st TatsoConnekt Leading Women Brunch which will be hosted by Basadi’Bash’Masimolole. Tatso. A Setswana word. Taste  .Tatso / ta-tso/. verb.

The Brunch will be held at Myhomecafe by Mogobane Dam and tickets are selling at P650 per person. Only 50 tickets available and sold through pre-booking. The value of the offering will be a brunch meal + bottomless mimosas + connekting conversations that matter with leading women in corporate and entrepreneurship. This is an inspirational / empowerment connekting session for Women.

Bash Connektor is a Marketing Company with a twist founded in March 2022 by Basadi Bash Masimolole who has 15 years plus Marketing Experience. The INTENT of Bash Connektor is to Link People, Experiences, and Brands. The K instead of C is INTENTIONAL. We are all about contributing towards AMPLIFYING brand and country messages through curating experiential offerings and connekting conversations that matter, said Basadi Masimolole.

With a sponsor or funding, Basadi Masimolole’s ultimate goal is to have visual podcasts and empowerment connektor sessions at villages as part of cultural tourism and contributing towards the Botswana Government’s Rural Areas Development Program (RADP).

Individuals interested in purchasing the limited number tickets or Brands interested in participating on the TatsoConnekt Leading Women Brunch through sponsorships/ brand placement opportunities can reach Basadi’Bash’Masimolole on +267 7140 6660 / masimololebasadi@gmail.com / Bash Connektor Facebook page.

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