Cresta ploughs back into community

The hotel native heritage celebration is dedicated to supporting a six-year old chld with brain complications
The hotel native heritage celebration is dedicated to supporting a six-year old chld with brain complications

PALAPYE: Cresta Bosele Letlhafula annual festival returns this weekend at the hotel premises in Selebi-Phikwe.

The ninth edition of the hotel’s native heritage celebration is dedicated to supporting a six-year-old child with brain complications.

Since inception, the benevolent event extended arms to support underprivileged community members around the former copper/nickel-mining town. Last year the cultural event covered medical costs and groceries for another young beneficiary. This year’s festival instalment will focus on a child that underwent a brain procedure while a year old in 2015. The child has inserted a brain tube that is replaced every three months at Nyangabgwe Referral Hospital in Francistown.

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