Miss Independence Bobirwa aims to preserve culture

Miss Independence Bobirwa
Miss Independence Bobirwa

Culture gives people an identity and helps build their character. The cultural values shared across communities or social groups give them a sense of belonging and that is what Miss Independence Bobirwa beauty pageant aims to do.

In an interview with Arts & Culture, the pageantry founder, 23-year-old beauty with brains Matshelo Madome said they realised that their culture was slowly perishing therefore they found it imperative to preserve it.

While many people use different ways such as poetry, cultural events, and traditional song and dance to preserve culture, she decided to use beauty pageant to preserve Sebirwa culture. “This is the first year we are hosting this beauty pageant.

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