Ramotswa – A group of young people, Lucky Charm International, is preparing to celebrate the elderly and their role in building the nation.
The group was established with an objective of promoting urban cultural expression as well as shedding light on creative and innovative ideas that emerged out of the urban space.
The artistic focus of the company was lifestyle orientated art and its influence on lives.
The company hosted its first One Love Jam Sessions event in 2011 with the aim of providing support to Re Fa Ka Bone Caring Centre in Ramotswa.
The event was a fusion of creative and artistic expression bred in Botswana, featuring some of the best known and emerging talents.
It hosted live performances of afro pop, poetry, hip hop and visual arts.
The co-founder of Lucky Charm International, Kagiso Koyabe, said it was unfortunate that in the quest for comfort and security, society seemed to neglect the elderly.
He also said it was the responsibility of the youth to show love to the elderly as values, habits, and essence were aught to the youth by the elderly.
The first One Love Jam Sessions for this year were billed for Gaborone Yacht Club on Saturday morning.
He said 70 per cent of the proceeds will be donated to Re Fa Ka Bone Caring Centre and the remaining will be used to host the next session.
He also said families were more than welcome to attend the event.
The line up for the event included Apollo Diablo, Juby Peacock, Abigail Isa, Kgotla Molefe and many more for P100 a ticket.
Koyabe said the event has a page n Facebook called OneLoveBW and hopes Batswana will come to support a great cause.
SOURCE: Daily News