TaxPersonal TaxIna dem ghetto with the AAT

Ina dem ghetto with the AAT

Following on from the musical offerings that have come to light in recent weeks, TS hears news this week of Lords of the Ghetto, one of Botswana's biggest bands.

Among their number is Kutlo Manhattan Marman, an AAT affiliate who completed his qualification in February this year.

TS hasn’t heard their debut album Bye Bye (Ina Dem Ghetto) yet, but we suspect it is somewhat better that the tragic corporate balladry we have featured in recent weeks.

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