Dithubaruba returns to revamped site

Handing of dikgafela to the chiefs PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Handing of dikgafela to the chiefs PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

It is without a doubt that one the country's biggest cultural event now dubbed ABSA Dithubaruba Cultural Festival has grown tremendously over the years.

This was evident as the event attracted a large number of revellers on Saturday at the revamped ko Ntsweng Heritage Site. This year, it seems like all Dithubaruba patrons did not want to miss being the first people to attend the event at the revamped Heritage Site after it had been closed for five years due to refurbishing.

However, the place where the event was hosted was too small to accommodate the Dithubaruba patrons as the stands were filled beyond their capacity to a point where it made it difficult for revellers to move about.

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