Using their musical super powers to pass on cultural heritage.
Last year, the cultural party ship docked in the mighty Zambei Region with the entertainers Promise, DJ Siya, DJ Vuyo, and Belle Markasoh given the duty to entertain and educate learners on culture using a language they are fluent in. this year, the captains in charge Adora, S-Man and Bones were announced yesterday at the official launch in Windhoek.
Performing artist Adora shared her excitement with her social media followers saying she will be going to the Hardap and /Kharas Region for the annual event. Adora is not new to engaging with school going kids as she and her team visit schools in the surroundings of Windhoek in the spirit of giving back to the learners, teachers in the form of edutainment.
Zenao Hangula, the project manager and founder of CH Growth Advertising also shared the news on Facebook, giving more light as to what is in store for this year’s event.
“The Sanlam My Culture My Life Annual School road show 2019 was officially launched today this morning by Sanlam’s Marketing & Communications Manager Hilaria Graig and the Nama Traditional Leaders Association Chairman, Chief Petrus Simon Moses Kooper. The roadshow will officially kick off on the 10th June starting from Mariental all the way to Luderitz under the management of Zenao Angula founder of CH Growth Advertising. The launch was attended by the artists who will be going on road show; Adora, S-Man, and Bones as well as its media partner The Namibian newspaper.”