The newly formed Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) AMF that advocates for the arts will host a Music Business Seminar and a Beauty Expo on December 15 and 16 respectively in Gaborone. One of the organisers of the events Tony Petros said they are a standalone entity that wants to influence policy making by government and industry stakeholders. “We host such events as the music business seminars and we will come with real world solutions in matters pertaining to the arts industry,” he said. Petros said they are expecting about 350 people to grace their events with delegates expected to come from as far as Zambia and South Africa who will be coming to share their skills. He said they are calling on for exhibitors for the beauty expo where those that will participate as individuals will stand a chance of winning to be registered if they are not registered, have an advertising budget, training by Local Enterprises Authority(LEA) and equipment and tools used by dressers and or in saloons. Vice President Mokgweetsi Masisi is expected to attend the occasion on December 16. Some of the delegates that they expect are Frans Nare from Kaya FM – a Radio Programmer and Entrepreneur; Pheko Kgengoe from Sony Music and Universal music and owner of 4 The Love Group. From Zambia they will be hosting Davison Munsanda – the President of Zambia Association of Musicians. He encouraged young people in the arts to come to all these events because they will benefit a lot from many from the industry who will grace the event and even different stakeholders who contribute so much into making their careers successful.