Chachaoka take bus rank commuters by storm

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They say big things come from small beginnings. Most big name artists started their careers with a performance in front of this and that shop. Normally, some would just dismiss them as hopeless fellows, but more often than not these musicians develop into big stars.

These "small shows'' are common in Gaborone, especially at the bus rank area where crowds get a chance to see these upcoming musicians perform their songs.  But despite that people pay nothing to watch these shows, one still needs to put a good performance to impress the audience, otherwise, they would walk away one-by-one until there is no one watching.Naledi-based upcoming traditional dance group, Chachaoka   are sure to have left a lasting impressing on the minds of those who watched them promoting their debut album at the Gaborone Station, in front of Javeria to be precise.

The youngsters from one of the country's oldest townships were clearly there to grab attention with their good songs and dance. To them one does not need a lot of money to market their music, it is about showing people what they are capable of.

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