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Sibikwa students celebrate

On Saturday, November 30 and Sunday, December 1, Sibikwa Arts Centre celebrated the success of the Saturday Arts Academy and Inclusive Creative Arts Programme learners who completed their 2019 year of study and will be proceeding to their next year of study.

With the guidance of their teachers, 137 learners, aged between six and 33 years, presented poetry, drama, music, dance and story-telling performances, and a visual arts exhibition that showcased what they had learnt, and the growth that they had achieved over the year.

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Both days included certificate and prize giving ceremonies in recognition of the dedication and diligence of the learners.

Parents, family and community members attended the showcases to see the young, budding performers on stage. Overall, it was a day filled with pride and excitement.

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