Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017
Employment need in Botswana continues to be evident through masses of applications thrown in for opportunities that arise, including that of the land board membership.
Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017
The Ombudsman, Augustine Makgonatsotlhe has expressed concern about the delayed police investigations in criminal matters.
Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017
Kagiso Thutlwe has retained his seat as Gaborone City Mayor.

Meet the Presenters

Comfort Exotic Ramatebele
Born in 1974, Big Fish is a sports administrator par excellence having held the office of BPL and BGU as Chief Executive. He is a dynamic radio personality whose appreciation of social issues transcends sports, politics, lifestyle, religion etc.
Engelbert Kodjo Musey
I have always had a fascination with music & radio because of the unique theatre of the mind that it creates.It can take you to places you have never seen, make you feel emotions that you have never felt and give you knowledge of the beautiful world around you.
Gabriel Rasengwatshe
I think Steve Jobs was better at describing people than I do. I would like to eat supper with Graca Machel. I think Paul Taylor’s voice will make for a nice voice-mail message (whatever they call it) for a Mafia Don called Kappish- just imagine it, ‘you better have a good reason to be leaving your message!’ I think the Queen should resign.
Gabz-FM's Gaone Kgaswanyane
A village girl from Molepolole, with two personalities, one for Mom and one for radio. Your fantasies will be real, just tune into the Weekend Flavor after you are fed up with reality.
Groove Cartell
Groove CarteLL was formed in 2004, although Thebe “TCM” Malipiti had been Dee Jaying since 2000 and German Dollar since 2004. The Duo have been producing for EMI/CCP SA, Big Dawg Productions and Soul Candi since 2006.
Gabz-FM Kitso Masi
I was born during the time when neighbours could ‘borrow’ each other tea cups when one had visitors….hahaha Mama would say “Raya Mma Thaini a nkadime dikopi le di soswara”. Those cups were treasured, they were put faraway just waiting for the visitors.
Mimi Gowoka
As a man (or woman) thinketh, so is he (she) Proverbs 23:7.
Monnakgotla Mojaki
I was born in Selibe Phikwe, schooled there and played football until retiring at an early age. I started a career in journalism and have been in the print Industry for more than a decade. I have also won the be Mobile Premier best print award three times. I am married to Kgomotso and we are blessed with a baby boy.
Osego Garebamono
I am a lawyer on loan to radio. I started out my radio career in 1998 on RB2 co-hosting the Top 20 with Slick Rick. Eventually I got my own show on Sundays. I was head hunted by DJ Sid to join the Gabz-FM family in 1999 and I have been a part of the Gabz-FM journey ever since.
Paphani Paps Masalila
Fun loving fellow who has a knack for music, got on radio at the age of 21, born july 11 in the late 80’s in serowe then later moved to selebi phikwe, francistown then finally settling in gaborone. Have a great passion for sports and the environment and enjoy having fun.
Petula El-Kindliy
A lover of life and all things covered in chocolate. I’m quite assertive and always speak my mind, but very cautious not to come off as rude. I love all things radio (of course) and I’m probably the only short person in the world that doesn’t have any anger issue related to my height!!!
Seabotseng Bafeletse
I am a believer of life, life is for a purpose. The purpose i hold is that we live to make the world a better place. I believe that if you are selfless all good things come into play. Let me tell you about myself; I am an independent thinker and an activist of happy living.
Uncle Shima Monageng
BUSINESSMAN - Shima Monageng aka Uncle Shima owns a professional business... SOCIAL - Jazz presenter at Gabz-FM for over 10 years... COMMUNITY - Has been chairman of KRDA (Kweneng Rural Development Association ) since 2010... POLITICS - Nominated councillor since 2009... A family man.
Thato B Selelo
Men are haunted by the vastness of eternity, and so we ask ourselves, will our actions echo across the centuries, will strangers hear our names, long after we're gone, and wonder who we were, how bravely we fought, how fiercely we loved...
Tshepo Happy Maphanyane
Full time student at Limkokwing University – Broadcasting & Journalism Writes weekly column in the Voice Newspaper titled Voice Woman Hosts a radio show (Soul Whispers) on Gabz-FM – Sundays 6pm - 10 pm
Zinzi Ramakoba
When i look back at the young ambitious girl i was, where i am coming from, i think its safe to give this advice " how your past turned out does not mean your future can't be better than you've ever imagined.