Our folks must do away with the notion that culture has been gotten rid off by the young generation. This is driven by the fact there are some young lads out there who go all out to use some of the old and traditional ways of doing things. What makes it even special is that they are making use of these practises to make a living and help in curbing increasing numbers of unemployment in the country.
Kagisano Pilane is one of the youth members who are making use of traditional practices to make extra cash. A student at the Limkokwing University Of Creative Technology in Gaborone, Kagisano makes and sells juice extracts of the widely known “Lerotse”. His business has been going and sustaining him for sometime now and is able to make ends meet with the little cash he makes from the sales he makes from selling this “kgodu ya lerotse”
A 2 litres bottle of kgodu with out Madila (sour milk)is P25 and a 2 litres Bottle with madila goes for P30. 5 litres are there upon request at P50 without madila it goes for P55 .He can be reached at the following contacts 76345469/77818518. Below are some of the pictures depicting what he offers.