BHC EXHIBITS AT DITHUBARUBA 2019
07 Sep 2019
President Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisi says Dithubaruba must be packaged and promoted more online and every other digital platform to encourage the growth this Bakwena cultural expressionism.
Speaking at the 13th annual Dithubaruba Cultural Epic, Masisi says the event is part expression of who the Bakwena are and he is happy to be associated with such cultural expressions that lead to unifying the nation.
“I and Dithubaruba are one, and I would like to remain thus until Dithubaruba has grown full force.” He also acknowledged the impact of this cultural epic on unifying the greater Bakwena nation even across the orders in South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho and Zimbabwe. Speaking on the sidelines on the event, the Curator of Kgosi Kgari 1 Museum said the museum trust is working on initiatives such as this one to fundraise for the building of important historical sites as well as preserving the rich culture of the Bakwena.
“we are currently raising funds for the development and rehabilitation of the Ntsweng Site where the story of the Bakwena and their conquest of the Boers shall be told brilliantly,” said Power Kawina who also heads the local organizing committee.
BHC exhibited at the cultural epic to market available properties in Tati, Tutume, Serowe, Mophane and Jwaneng.
Many of those who thronged the BHC stall enquired mostly about properties in Gaborone and also the likelihood of BHC building houses in Molepolole anytime soon.
The residents of Molepolole said they welcome the opening of a new BHC office in Molepolole and such they hope for new BHC neighborhoods in Molepolole ansd such they hope for new BHC neighborhoods in the country’s largest village