Colourful mapantsula spread positive message in Moshupa

Lobatse group showing of their dancing skills PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Lobatse group showing of their dancing skills PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

On Saturday, mapantsula paraded the streets of Moshupa where they spread a message against the use of knife, ‘Donty ka Thipa/Okapi.’

The ladies and gentlemen of Botswana Pantsula Association (BPA) looked fabulous and made Moshupa colourful with their fashionable outfits such as Dickies pants and the notorious kitchen-suit worn by domestic workers, t-shirts, shirts mostly check ones, stripe golf t-shits, trousers or shorts and bucket hats popularly known as spoti.

They proved that pantsula is more than just dance but also a culture, fashion and a way of life for many. At it is a norm, they danced to various disco music showcasing the beauty of their culture. The event attracted a number of mapantsula from different places in the Southern region such as Lobatse, Kanye, Jwaneng, Ranaka and Thamaga.

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