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Jwaneng DHMT wins choral competition

Immaculately dressed in smart red ribbon like ties with black skirts/pants and white shirts Jwaneng District Health Management Team(DHMT) won an inter departmental choral competition comprising 5 teams hosted in the fairly spacious auditorium of the Institute for Health Sciences(IHS) Friday night, to help raise funds for the less fortunate.

The Ministry of Health(MoH) has already raised P50,000 of a targeted P150,000 to build a small house in Artesia for a 16 year old SOS child who is expected to leave the centre in December. The Ministry of Health has revealed that it has already built 5 houses for the less fortunate, in an effort to broaden scope of corporate social responsibility exercises undertaken by health officials for charitable causes.

"It is about my role in contributing to improving lives," said Doreen Motshegwa Principal Public Relations Officer for the Ministry of Health(MoH).

She said, "As health providers it is our responsibility to give back to those who cannot help themselves."

Motshegwa maintained health officials should not just be known as centres of excellence for dispensing drugs. Contestants in this years event included choirs from Bamalete Luteran School of Nursing, Ramotswe DHMT, Kweneng East DHMT, Jwaneng DHMT and Ramotswe DHMT.

"It was important for us to revive spirit of caring, being compassionate and loving towards each other. That's what this exercise is about. Other entities should realize value of caring for others, said Mpho Mongati, a member of the organising committee.

Despite Kweneng and Bamalete Lutheran School of Nursing being asked to sing again on stage by popular demand, Kweneng was judged to have come third and Ramotswe last, in a contest attended by a handful of spectators.

Ramostwe, although popular with certain sections of audience was chastised by judges especially Master Dee Sesinyi of My Star for lacking creativity whilst Kweneng was acknowledged for proving an energetic performance.

"Take singing seriously. Singing is not just about fighting boredom," said Master Dee, who had paid P2000 as a bet to bring back Bamalete Luteran School of Nursing and Kweneng East DHMT back on stage.

Master Dee stressed importance of dress code and creativity when compiling songs for choral competitions of this nature. Choral music expertise with the professional guidance of the local choristers make this an effort not to be missed in future not only because it provides 'food' for the individual soul but because it provides a platform for a meeting of common ideals and spirits.

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