Orange Letlhafula Slated for May 9

| April 9, 2015

BotswanaCraft and Orange Botswana will, on May 9, hold Orange Letlhafula day.

In an interview, BotswanaCraft assistant manager, Nicola Hart said Letlhafula was a time to reflect on and celebrate Botswana’s culture.

“We will have a day of feasting on over 30 traditional foods, drinks and snacks while enjoying live music and traditional dance,” she said, adding that traditional instruments such as setinkane and segaba will be available for people to enjoy.

Hart also indicated that they expected people from different tribes, races and colour to throng BotswanaCraft on the day to celebrate the annual Orange Letlhafula festival.

“We have grown over the years and 15 years is such a long time and we will continue celebrating our culture and heritage,” she said.

Over the years, Orange Letlhafula festival had featured over 25 pots, each with its own chef and it had always been a time to discover and taste amazing wholesome food that is rarely found in people’s daily diets.

On entertainment, Hart would, however, not divulge details of artists to perform on the day saying, “We always want to surprise our cultural enthusiasts and this year it will not be any different.” Tickets for the festival had always been on high demand and would sell out way before the day of the event, thus Hart had encouraged people to buy them in aance.

“Tickets are strictly sold in aance. They are already available and sell at P250 to cover all the food and entertainment one can endure,” she said. She thanked their sponsors, the Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture, The Voice and Orange Botswana for their continued partnerships.

Source : BOPA

Source : Botswana Daily News

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