Clapped N' Tapped to health

Clap n' Tap remains one of the fast indigenous emerging styles of singing, which allows for creativity
Clap n' Tap remains one of the fast indigenous emerging styles of singing, which allows for creativity

This past weekend, men and women of all ages, talented and enthusiasts gathered at the Botho University Multipurpose hall for a music concert.

In their different colours, choirs thrilled the audience with healing voices and regalia, summing it up with chants and heavy claps could be heard on the day. Soul Redeemers Gospel Choir chairman, Thabang Gouwe. said the aim of the health awareness festival, was to send a message that being healthy is key to life.

He also said that is why the festival started with a 5km walk to promote the theme of the day. In attendance was Minister of Youth, Gender, Sport and Culture, Tumiso Rakgare, Ministry of Health senior officials accompanied by Gaborone DHMT, Pelonomi Foundation, Vee Mampezy who also sponsored the walk with Maveeta.

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