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By  | Oct 27, 2020, 05:14 PM

Celebrities in Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe have been hard at work keeping us entertained and making headlines. We have been treated to new music as well as music videos however things turned sour when the death of Cal Vin was announced.

Starting off with some sad news, one of Zimbabwe's most treasured rappers CalVin was announced dead following a hit and run. Apart from his talent, he was admired for how vocal he was on issues surrounding the Zimbabwean music industry and wanted to unify the hip-hop movement. He wanted to unite Bulawayo and Harare as one in music.

Dancehall star Buffalo Souljah is next and he has announced a homecoming tour. "Since I left my hood Mufakose I've never done a homecoming gives back tour I think it's time Waya say this December 19th. "

Moving right along to Namibia, KP Illest has lost a haters and gained a new fan. A Twitter user questioned why KP Illest won the Male Artist of Year Award and "Who'' is he.  After the rapper told the tweep to go and listen to his music, the tweep was left impressed. He even dubbed himself his biggest fan.

Still on Namibia, award winning rapper Skrypt teased fans with a possibility of new music dropping on 18 November 2020. His last project For The Wait is considered to be one of Namibia's biggest hip-hop albums in the last 6 years, so fans are definitely awaiting some fire music.

Crossing over to Botswana but sticking to new music, Vee Mampeezy will be blessing fans to a new music video. It seems the music legend is busy shooting a music video in an undisclosed location somewhere, he can be seen with a group of dancers practising a dance move under the watchful eye of their choreographer or music video director.

DJ Fresh has decided to give back to the youth and he partnered with University Of Johannesburg to give away a bursary.  DJ has announced that he is giving away a bursary to one lucky student, in collaboration with the University. The bursary is only available to a student who is currently in matric this year and it will be for the first time entering student at UJ between the 2021/22/23 academic year.