A re se metse mafoko

E tlaa re gompieno re dire jaaka Motswana a bua, mmila re late wa maloba; ke gore, re ikgate motlhala. Go dira jalo, re tlaa boa re bue ka polelo ele, e e buang ka dikgwebo tsa mananeo a nyeletso lehuma mo kgaolong ya Kweneng.

Polelo e kaya gore, nako nngwe, go ne ga bolodiwa letsholo la go lekola dikgwebo tsa mananeo a, gone kwa Kweneng. O botse gore, gone go lekola mo, ke eng? Go lekola mo, e ne e le go bona gore, ka batho ba thusitswe ka mananeo ao, ba batla go dira dikgwebo, a tsone dikgwebo tseo, di teng, di a tshela. Gape, fa di le teng, di tsweletse jang. A di tsweletse sentle, di itshetletse, kana, golo gongwe di a reketla.

Pele ga re ka utlwa gore lone letsholo lele, le ne la bona jang, a re utlwe gore, one madi a mananeo a, a bontsi bo kae. Go ya ka yone polelo ele, ka ngwaga wa madi wa 2018/19, kgaolo ya Kweneng e ne ya fiwa P13 million mme ga dirisiwa sephatlo sa one madi a, fa sephatlo se sengwe se sa ntse se le foo, se ise se dirisiwe.

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Parents should be more proactive in children’s lives

Parents need to pay particular attention to their children to ensure they grow up in a healthy environment that supports their development and mental health. Healthy attachments between parents and children foster strong bonds, creating a solid foundation for future leaders.In many African cultures, there is a common perception that parents should use a stick to discipline naughty children. While disciplining children is important, it is equally...

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