Sekhutlhwana Sa Bannye’s cultural event aims to teach Setswana

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A popular children’s radio show, Sekhutlhwana Sa Bannye, which airs on Duma FM every morning will host its very first annual and zonal children’s cultural event on May 7 at Rakola lands near Gabane.

A popular children’s radio show, Sekhutlhwana Sa Bannye, which airs on Duma FM every morning will host its very first annual and zonal children’s cultural event on May 7 at Rakola lands near Gabane.

According to the event chairperson Thabiso Boefelo, the occasion is an extension of a radio programme as they believe it (radio program) has limited time. Boefelo said they planned to take it to the kids now in a practical way not theoretical, as it has always been the case. He added that they also realised that the results of children in schools were continuously dropping particularly for Setswana language.

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