Maun: Place of Wonders – JII Travels

Last month I visited my mom in Maun. Maun is a lovely town built on the banks of the Letlhakane river. Many people consider Maun to be a tourist stop over before entering their final destination – the Delta. I however consider Maun as my home. It’s where my parents met and married, it’s were […]

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Marc Mogwe-Jansen

Recently I linked up with my mate Marc for some street-style photography. He pulled through with a pink and blue button down, some rose tinted shades, crisp white kicks, distressed denim and gold accents. While there was no motive behind this shoot other than to promote Marc and kickstart his interests in styling, fashion and […]

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Langa Lokulunga

Last weekend I got to hang out with fitness model Langa Lokulunga. I found out about him on Facebook when a mutual friend of ours shared one of his fitness posts, I was super impressed with his aesthetic and hit him up for a photographic collaboration immediately. The aim of this album is to visually […]

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Duncan Karl

Recently I caught up with Gaborone based model Duncan Karl for an impromptu fashion shoot. The concept behind the shoot was simply to merge vintage with modern articles of clothing. The combination of a vintage Louis Vuitton cross body bag, rose print blouse with distressed black skinny jeans and Nike sneakers creates a timeless statement […]

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Soweto Marathon 2017

On Saturday the 5th of November I traveled to Johannesburg as half of the two man social media influencer team for Diacore Gaborone Marathon to produce content on the Old Mutual Soweto Marathon and the runners endorsed by Diacore. Let me start by saying that I consider myself incredibly lucky, as the other influencer is […]

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Anthony Sebolai

A while ago I collaborated with Anthony Marcus Sebolai to create an album that portrayed self love and appreciation. I reckon we nailed it! For centuries, indigenous Africans have been subject to Western discretion, their bodies have been fantasised and fetished over, their skin has been demonised and their hair has been held captive to […]

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New Beginnings with Diacore Gaborone Marathon

I am so excited to announce that I am one of the new bloggers and social media influencers for Diacore Gaborone Marathon and last week I had the pleasure of hanging out with the Diacore Gaborone Marathon endorsed runners for a taste of their daily morning fitness regimen. It was such a shock! These guys are […]

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Who Gives a Fuck

Awhile ago, someone with quite a formidable online reputation and an even larger following, shared his opinions on homosexuality in Botswana and tried to pass them off as fact. He went as far as to leak private photos shared intimately between two people – as to how he acquired those photos, that’s anyone’s guess. He […]

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51 Shades of Basadi

Four days ago was Botswana’s 51st year of Independence and to celebrate it I’ve created a new photographic album to commemorate the women of Botswana. This year I wanted to create something that was centered around sex-based violence. This is a very emotional album and I do not want to get into why I felt […]

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Lentswe Le Moriti: Home of Ancestors – JII Travels

Three Saturdays ago, my family took me on a farewell adventure – a normal trip or excursion, but just as a final way of spending time together before one departs. I haven’t left this world though, lol, I have come back to the city for my second year at varsity. Back to the matter at […]

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