Cultural differences tie all Batswana

Ramabenyane ward residents showcasing cultural activities. PIC KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
Ramabenyane ward residents showcasing cultural activities. PIC KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

pholding Botswana’s culture has helped the country achieve many milestones among them the peace and tranquility that still prevails today.

Acting Minister of Youth, Sport and Culture, Vincent Seretse, said that the peace and tranquility that this country enjoys is borne out of Tswana tradition and beliefs often reflected in the adage ntwa kgolo ke ya molomo.

Speaking at the commemoration of World Culture Day in Mmopane, Seretse said that while people must appreciate cultural differences of the various tribes, it is important not to let such differences split the nation.

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