Ke eo gape

E a re re ntse re tsamaya mo, re bone batho ba rekisa dilo tse dintsi fa tlase ga ditsela. Re bone bangwe ba rekisa dilo tse di betlilweng ka dikgong kana dipolanka. Bangwe tse di dirilweng ka ditshipi.

Ba bangwe ba apeye dijo kwa malwapeng mme ba rwale ba ye go rekisa fa tlase ga tsela. Bangwe ba rekise tsa masimio, dingwe di budule, tse dingwe di le tala. Bangwe gape, re bone ba rekisa ditlhare. E re re bona jaana, bangwe re se ke re akanyetse gope kgakala, re tseye gore go felela fela foo. Re tseye gore tiro ke go rekisa fela, le gore o bone sengwe o lale o laletse. Nnyaa, ga go a nna jalo. Bangwe ba akanyetsa pele.

Gompieno re utlwa gore kwa Kgatleng, ka kgetsi ya tsie ke go tshwaraganelwa, balemi ba ipopile, ba itlhamela mokgatlho. Go lebega balemi ba, ba ne ba bona gore fa ba ka dira ba kgaoganye, mongwe le mongwe a eme fale ka nosi, ga go na go tswa tema epe. Ba bona gore, gore ba tswelele, ke gore ba bo ba ipopile ba le ngata e le nngwe.

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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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