On September 24, Heritage Day honors and celebrates our country's cultural diversity. South Africans commemorate the day by celebrating the diverse cultural heritage that makes up the country's people. To mark the occasion, a variety of events are held across the country.
All communities' foundations are built on living heritage, which is a vital source of identity and continuity. Cultural tradition, oral history, performance, ritual, popular memory, skills and practices, indigenous knowledge systems, and a holistic view of nature, society, and social connections are all examples of living legacy.
In South Africa, the terms "intangible cultural heritage" and "living heritage" are interchangeable.
Cultural variety, social cohesion, reconciliation, peace, and economic prosperity all benefit from a living legacy. There are living human treasures in every society who have a high level of knowledge, skills, and history relevant to many parts of distinct living heritage. As a result, it is critical for South Africans to reclaim, repair, and protect these varied parts of living heritage in order to expedite the use of living heritage to meet today's concerns.
With heritage day coming on Friday and it also being a long weekend, many people will not be going to work and will be given a holiday to spend and celebrate heritage day with loved ones. And this also means that there will be a lot of weekend events going on, and many people will be going home to spend time with their families.
On twitter, women have expressed how they felt about their boyfriends from Limpopo going home this weekend. In the past, we have seen men go home to secretly get married while they left their girlfriends in the city.
And women have a fear that this coming weekend the same thing will be happening all over again, so if your boyfriend is going to Limpopo this weekend, he might secretly be planning to get married and be cheating, according to Twitter.
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