Charmaine Charmza Mrwebi

About Charmaine Charmza Mrwebi

Charmaine Mrwebi is a renowned Setswana storyteller, author, and advocate based in the Free State Province. With over 15 years of expertise in publishing and libraries, she focuses on enhancing book collections and promoting Setswana language and culture. Charmaine oversees 10 Early Childhood Development centers, establishing Storytelling nooks and organizing weekly storytelling sessions. As the founder of Charmza Literary Club, she conducts educational programs, hosts a Children’s Festival, and runs a Performing Arts school for 6 to 10-year-olds. Charmaine also extends reading programs to underserved communities, having authored seven children’s books. 

About Dirontsho o bapala ka Mollo

Dirontsho is a 10-year-old girl who is curious and fascinated by fire. She is always observing her father smoking his cigarettes. One day she takes a box of matches to school to show her two friends, and they end up burning the school library. Through responsible fire awareness, the three friends become anti-fire ambassadors, educating other learners on the dangers of playing with fire.