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Preserving and Promoting the Kalanga Cultural Heritage

TiBaKalanga Festival


The festival offers an ideal opportunity to participate in a now proven fun even that draws a diverse group of people. Being a partner or sponsor not only allows you to be part of this great event but also to be part of the economic development of Bulilima District. 

10K Wrap Up & Run Road Race


The idea of a 10K race was first mooted in 2015 as part of the centre’s efforts to introduce recreational programs and activities aimed at unemployed youth to engage in meaningful activities. The race is to promote social cohesion in Bulilima District through sports.

Miss TiBaKalanga Beauty Pageant


The Miss TiBaKalanga Beauty Pageant is a competition that focuses on the natural beauty of its contestants with attributes such as talent, intelligence, and personality. Hair, gowns, talent, modeling and personal interviews will factor in the judges’ scoresheet

NEW!! Kalanga Traditional Food Culinary Competition


Kalanga traditional cuisine consists of a mixture of flavours, colours, textures and aromas that have a distinct character and are unique to the BuKalanga region. A culinary competition offers a perfect vehicle to foster the evolution of a food and beverage sector. 

Workshop: Stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS prevention

Preserving and Promoting the Kalanga Cultural Heritage

Monday 8 March, 2021.

The TGSCCC partnered with Zimbabwe Health Interventions (ZHI) a local NGO which operates under the auspices of the Ministry of Health to deliver an informational session on young women’s health issues. 37 girls from Gala and surrounding villages attended the day long workshop. The main focus on this day was to stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS prevention.

Women & Youth Empowerment Project 2020

Preserving and Promoting the Kalanga Cultural Heritage

Workshop 1: For the first workshop, the TGSCCC is partnering with four highly skilled women who will deliver a day-long workshop, training about 45 young women in the following skills:

  • bead making,
  • basket weaving,
  • fashion designing and
  • dressmaking.

The registrants will be divided into 3 groups of 15 (Basket weaving, Bead making, Fashion Designing and Dress making).

All the four facilitators are successful professionals who were born and raised in the same area and would like to participate in this initiative as a way of giving back to the community that nurtured them.

Marketing Workshop

Preserving and Promoting the Kalanga Cultural Heritage

The workshop was held subsequent to months of planning by the TG Silundika Cultural Community Centre in partnership with Lupane State University, Faculty of Humanities as well as the US Embassy in Harare.The Fulbright Scholar’s robust experience in promoting indigenous cultural festivals across the globe is what caught the attention of the new cultural centre whose vision is to establish “the standard of excellence in cultural heritage sustainability” in southern Africa .

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