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10 schools to take part

Atasa Moceituba
Friday, August 08, 2014

TADRA Kahani is a show that is about young people between the ages of six and 19 years who express their theme by using creative arts in dance and music.

With only a few days left for this year's Tadra Kahani to commence, 10 confirmed schools are already on the move as they prepare themselves for the upcoming show.

Ten schools will vie for this year's Tadra Kahani title, all in the senior category.

Total Event Company manager Loretta Jackson said preparations usually took three months to organise and put together the item.

She said their roadshow team had been visiting schools who would be participating in the event and had been advising students during rehearsals.

Ms Jackson said there would be no specific theme used.

However, she said participants were asked to choose a topic that reflected a strong and positive message.

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