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Bohlale bja Tswene and other stories:

By Mahlatsi Mokgonyana

  • Duration : 30minutes
  • Grade : 3 - 9
  • First language : English
  • Second language : Northern Sotho
  • Subject : Home/Additional Language, Life Skills/Orientation, Creative Arts, Dramatic Arts
  • Theme : Life skills, Morality, Change, Imagination, Creativity
It's confirmed – South Africans know how to tell stories” Buz publicity”. Mahlatsi Mokgonyana, the winner of Sibikwa Storytelling without boarders Competition 2011 for Bohlale bja Tswene and other stories and the judges included Gcina Mohlophe .It was encouraging to see so many young entrants and the winner is only 18. This bodes well for the future of storytelling in South Africa,” said Phyllis Klotz, the artistic director of the Sibikwa Arts Centre, which hosted the event. “Phyllis Klotz”

Bohlale bja Tswene and other stories is a set of African folktales put together giving children and young people half an hour of exciting, energetic and funny African storytelling experience. The stories include life lessons and also help us understands why are things the way they are in this world that we live in. All the stories are told through the use of old age African songs, puppets, and visual arts.


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