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Kgosi Kgari Sechele

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Bakwena

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I Museum Chairperson

Basiamang Garebakwena


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Kgosi Sechele I Museum


Web References(32 Total References)


The Marriage of Seretse Khama

thuto.org [cached]

The declaration began: 'We are leaving the Bamangwato country to ally ourselves to a neighbouring chief...' That chief was Kgosi Kgari Sechele of the Bakwena, who was to allot them a place on his border with the Bangwato at Rametsana.


www.mmegi.bw

Kgosi Kgari Sechele III of the Bakwena refused to field questions or entertain c...


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Fearing that his subjects might be subjected to racism, Kgosi Kgari Sechele of Bakwena sought and won separation of his recruits from South African fighters.


The Ngami Times - Archives

www.ngamitimes.com [cached]

Among the thousands that filled the stadium were Kgatleng Chief Kgosi Kgafela Kgafela and his counterpart from Kweneng region, Kgosi Kgari Sechele, of the Bakwena.


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Kgosi Sechele I Museum chairperson, Basiamang Garebakwena, started off by briefly explaining to the audience what the festival was all about.
Among other things, he said, the festival was a platform aimed at reviving culture. He added that the festival also aims to promote cultural activities by hosting competitions, and encouraging people to treat cultural festivals as a way of entertainment. He urged the gathering to support the annual cultural festival, so Kweneng culture does not disappear. He noted that the museum intends to move the celebration to Dithubaruba, where Molepolole village started. Garebakwena told the gathering that reviving and preserving culture would not only instil pride in Bakwena, but that it can also be used as a means of sustenance. He said Kweneng District has a number of monuments (historical cultural cites), which, if used well, could attract tourists to the district, and thus help improve the lives of the communities. Paramount Chief of Bakwena, Kgosi Kgari Sechele III, reiterated Garebakwena's words, urging Bakwena to use culture for economic diversification. He noted that every culture when used properly has the potential of improving people's lives, and alleviating poverty. He said Kweneng District is one of the districts hardest hit by unemployment, urging the gathering to look into using culture to end poverty. He noted that handcrafts are including wood carving, hive tanning, and cultural singing, dancing and poetry can also help alleviate poverty, urging relevant bodies to help communities in marketing their products outside the country. A representative from the Department of Culture and Youth, Dineo Phuti, took the opportunity to enlighten the audience on the different government programmes aimed at promoting culture, and encouraging individuals to use culture as a way of sustaining oneself. She noted that government is doing a lot to support arts, but encouraged individuals to also do their part.


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