South African ladies show off their boobs, curves and stunning beauty as they celebrate Heritage Day 18+ (Photos)
Heritage Day is an important public holiday in South Africa as it recognises different aspects of South African culture and encourages South Africans across the spectrum to celebrate their cultural heritage, the diversity of their beliefs and different traditions.
Heritage not only refers to our historical inheritance, creative expression and food, but it also embraces the various languages that have become entrenched in our cultural milieu.
Language is the key ingredient humans require to build bridges of understanding between cultures and communities.
Here are photos of how some South African gorgeous ladies dressed to celebrate their Heritage Day.
THE HISTORY OF HERITAGE DAY: CELEBRATING SOUTH AFRICA’S IMMENSE CULTURAL WEALTH
HOW HERITAGE DAY CAME ABOUT
In KwaZulu-Natal, 24 September was previously known as Shaka Day. Residents of the province used to commemorate the legendary Zulu king on the day. It is the day presumed to be his death day in 1828.
King Shaka was a legendary king and fearsome warrior who fought against colonisers as well as other southern African groups in historic wars. On the day, people still gather at his grave to celebrate him.
When the proposed Public Holidays Bill was brought before the new South African Parliament, Shaka Day was reportedly left out as a major commemorative day.
The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) objected, and a compromise was reached. It was decided that the day would be a public holiday, but be used to celebrate cultural heritage.
South Africans have a diverse heritage, and various cultures make up the country’s population. The issue of identity can therefore be an extremely complex one for many people.
Heritage Day gives us a chance to appreciate the immense cultural wealth of our nation. South Africans are encouraged to celebrate the day by honouring the heritage of the many cultures that make up our nation.
Our living heritage includes a number of aspects. That’s according to the government. These include cultural tradition, oral history, performance, ritual, popular memory, skills and techniques, indigenous knowledge systems, the holistic approach to nature, and social relationships.