South Africa is one of the African countries that is rich with versatile cutlers and, traditions, and ways of life. It is located at the southern tip of Africa and is bordered by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland and Lesotho.
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South Africa is home to many heroes and herein like Nelson Mandela, Wandile Radebe, Mkabayi Zungu and host of others. Of all the holidays celebrated in this great African country, Heritage day one of the days they celebrate their vast and rich cultures.
It is a day South Africans recognizes and celebrates her cultural wealth as a nation. South Africans celebrate the day by remembering the cultural heritage which Erfenisdag, Xhosa: Usuku Lwamagugu, Usuku Lwamasiko and many more are inclusive.
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South Africa’s heritage day is public holiday celebrated on 24 September and on this day, South Africans are encouraged to celebrate their culture and the diversity of their beliefs and traditions, in the wider context of a nation that belongs to all it’s people. More videos can be found here
South Africa is called the ‘‘Rainbow Nation’’ due to its color and diversity, and this is why Heritage Day exists with a goal to nurture and embrace South African culture for what it truly is, accepting all races and genders. The day is usually celebrated with a cookout known as a braai and we suggest that you channel your inner South African and celebrate with a feast of your own.