Menu Close

Nkoyaphiri Mogoditshane

3-6 March 6-9pm


5-8 May 6-9pm

May 2022
A crusade was held in Kumakwane in May 2022. Many were saved and healed on that chilly weekend. A notable testimony was a man who threw a weapon on stage and accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and saviour. He later testified he was on his way to stab his girl friend and kill himself. Two lives were saved because of that. Blessed be the name of Jesus Christ.

Salvokop; South Africa

4-7 August 6-9pm

Bodibidi/ Senthumule Mogoditshane

10-13 November 6-9pm

Mogoditshane Fighters Open Space


15-18 September 2022
Thamaga Good News & Healing Festival

Thamaga is a large village located in the Kweneng District of Botswana and about 40 km west of the capital city Gaborone. It is home to 19,547 inhabitants at the 2011 census. It is becoming year by year like a suburb part of the Gaborone agglomeration.

The village is dominated by large rock formations, the largest being Thamaga Hill. Thamaga is third in the district to Molepolole and Mogoditshane in both size and population. The majority of the residents are from the Bakgatla-ba-ga-Mmanaana Tribe, and their totem is the vervet monkey (kgabo). The name Mmanaana come from the tan/white cow (Mmanaana coloring).


29 September to 1 October
Good News & Healing Festival Moshupa

Moshupa is a large village in the Southern District of Botswana with a population of 20,016 per the 2011 census. The people of Moshupa are called the Bakgatla-ba-ga Mmanaana, a group also found in Thamaga. Along with the related Bakgatla-ba-ga Kgafela of Mochudi, they arrived to the region from the Transvaal region in South Africa throughout the eighteenth century.

Ntsweletsoku; South Africa

1-4 December 6-9pm

Old Naledi, Gaborone

19-23 January 2023 6-9pm