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Heritage is easily disregarded as part of national development priorities as it is often considered only for its intrinsic value in terms, for example, of social cohesion and identity construction alone. Heritage practitioners face challenges of accessing funding to successfully coordinate their projects.   The National Heritage...

The Eastern Cape Provincial Government is embarking on an interesting journey to brand itself as the hub of many leaders that have contributed to the history of South Africa. It is also one of the provinces that has adopted the preservation of the Liberation Heritage....

My Heritage, My Pride & My Guide Ke Motswana wa MoAfrika (I am a Motswana of an African). We pride ourselves in the unique eye catching traditional attires of Seshweshwe le Moteitshi. Our cultural clothing has evolved over the centuries, and for Batswana women the attire indicates...

The Heritage Day celebration of 2015 at the Ramokgopa stadium in the Mokomene village just outside Polokwane was hive of the South African cultures. The celebration was addressed by Acting President and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. In opening the event the Premier of Limpopo, Stan Mathabatha,...

National Heritage Day 24 September is only a few days away where South African citizens will be celebrating the rich culture and diversities. In celebration of Heritage month, the National Heritage Council of South Africa (NHC) honoured and acknowledged unearthed, selfless individuals and organisations that...

The heritage month of September signals a time for hope and growth. Nature awakens from the deep winter hibernation and plants sprout their best colours. If everything natural around us takes September as a month of renewal then we the people should also in some...

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