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Dithubaruba cultural festival enthralls

Dithubaruba cultural festival entharalls
TRADITION: Bakwena women at Dithubaruba

After a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19 pandemic, Bakwena's most popular annual cultural event dubbed, Dithubaruba Cultural Festival has returned much to the excitement of culture enthusiasts who filled Molepolole Sports Complex to overflowing last Saturday.

With over 500 revellers from all over the country in attendance, the 14th edition of Dithubaruba that started on Saturday morning ended on Sunday Morning.

Celebrated under the theme “Ngwao Boswa, Ga e phetsolelwe nageng,” Dithubaruba was also attended by ministers, members of parliament and chiefs.

Speaking in an interview one of ...

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