Mmino wa Setso Ga Molepo (i.e Dinaka & Seberebere) can be traced back to the early settlements of the Molepo tribe along the escarpment of the Lebopo mountains. According to elders, the tribe migrated south west from the area known today as Makgobaskloof; where they have close relations with Chief Makgoba's tribe. Read more...

Mmino wa Setso
Sponsored by the Arts and Culture Trust

Mahlokediala sells traditional clothing for men, women and children online and through our physical store in Mankweng and Ga Molepo.  Read more...

MebeleMabelegaBatho packages and sells traditional beer in 5lt, 10lt and 20lt's. Read more...

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The festival is strategically designed to re-engineer the art form by dealing with structural challenges in a quest to ensure that Dinaka/Kiba artists benefit economically from their talents. Read more...

Subsidiaries

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As we move further into the 22nd century where the global economic model will be positively skewed towards a Knowledge Economy, we will
position the cooperative to be a global Indigenous Music and Dance knowledge base that services the unique needs of clients. Read more...

Vision