Pre-school festival on the cards

Milton Kanyenze

A FESTIVAL, targeting pre-school pupils and aimed at equipping them with knowledge and skills, is on the cards.

Dubbed the Pre-School Festival, the event is set to attract over 23 schools.

According to the event organisers, the initiative is meant to help compliment the new curriculum.

In an interview founder of Pre-school Festival, Decide Mabhiza, said they were catching them young.

“The event is in sync with the educational curriculum that nurtures the talents of the little ones.

“We discovered that in Zimbabwe zvipo zvevana hazvisi kuonekwa and that’s why we started this organisation.’’

Dubbed the Pre-School Festival, the event is set to attract over 23 schools.

He said there will be a lot of activities, including traditional dance and Marimba competition.

“The event will encompass activities such as traditional dance and marimba competition from more than 23 schools from the different parts of Zimbabwe.

“Schools will be drawn from Gokwe, Mhondoro Ngezi, Mutare, Rusape, Marondera and Harare, including the defending champion Shining Star from Zimre Park.

“We are going to have marimba and traditional dances on October 27 at Wonders Christian Junior College in Chishawasha Hills.”

A partner for the event, Blessed Dengeya, said:

“As a young entrepreneur, under the age of 40, and a father, my dream is to equip the Zimbabwean child through various educational means, for a better tomorrow.

“When coach Mabhiza approached Lerasa Investments, with the pre-school dance festival initiative, I was glad to come on board with our resources to help grow and promote young talent in Zimbabwe.’’

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