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The boys come out to play

The boys come out to play
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International Men's Day celebrated in Ghetto

The boys came out to play in Francistown on Friday as the city celebrated International Men’s Day a day early.

Established in 1992, the day is traditionally held on 19 November to promote basic awareness towards men's issues.

This year’s celebrations took place under the theme ‘Positive Conversations about Men, Manhood and Masculinity’, the fun starting with a short walk from Ntshe House to the Old Stadium.

With the Pantsulas leading the march in their crisp, eye-catching regalia, tunes from Splash blurring out from the moveable spea...

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