Visitors to Sun City Resort now have the chance to explore the diverse history and heritage of the North West Province at Segaetsho Cultural Village. Located near the Sun City Shebeen, Segaetsho, which means ‘Our Heritage’ in Setswana, offers guests an authentic African experience exploring Batswana culture through music, art, traditional dance, fashion, photography and food.
As part of Sun International’s commitment to supporting its surrounding communities, Segaetsho is managed by the dynamic Thuto Legwale in conjunction with Mankwe Gametrackers and North West Tourism. Offering a glimpse into the colourful and vibrant tapestry of Tswana culture, Thuto and his team have reignited this Sun City cultural village with different experiences and activities. Each tour begins with arts and craft viewings and continue to the Batswana Village where you can learn more about the Batswana tribe and the history of its diverse clans.
As part of this unique cultural village tour, visitors are invited to enjoy musical performances which explore African Cultural Dance through Pantsula dancing, Gumboots dancing, Cultural Contemporary Fusion dancing as well as an African Musical Instruments interaction. Concluding the tour, guests can shop for bespoke African artefacts at Segaetsho Kiosk. The store comprises a collection of handmade gifts and crafts, fashion and accessories, creative decorative art, photographic prints, portraits and African musical instruments.
To learn more about Thuto Legwale’s exciting plans to develop and grow Segaetsho Cultural Village, click here.
Walk In: 12h30 - 15h30
If you would like to attend the 18h30 show, please book by 16h30 latest on the day you would like to attend.
Adult Entrance Fee: From R200 per person Children 3 to 12 years old: R150 per person 0 to 3 years old: Free Entry Village Tours: From R50 per person
Take a complimentary shuttle to The Shebeen and look out for signage to Segaetsho Cultural Village.
Sun International supports the Government’s call for a 21 day national lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19. To prepare our systems for the shutdown, all of our South African casinos will be closed from 4pm Tuesday 24 March, and our hotels and resorts will be closed from Wednesday 25 March. The lockdown will end on Friday 17 April 2020.
We appeal to all South Africans to heed the President’s call to stay home during this time.