Father's Day 2021

Father’s Day is on Sunday, 20 June 2021 in South Africa.

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To many, fatherhood is synonymous with work, commitment, and accomplishment. It is a day to recognize the sacrifices your fathers make for you both financially and otherwise. 

When Is Father’s Day?

Many children express gratitude toward their fathers on Father’s Day. Some may choose to commemorate this special day by participating in activities surrounding Father’s Day. 

Other fathers may wish to spend time with their families or pursue other interests outside the home as well, these activities are worthy endeavours too. You can celebrate Father’s Day in a variety of ways.

Father’s Day is on Sunday, 20 June 2021 in South Africa.

Father’s Day gift ideas

Father's Day cards are a simple but effective way to recognize your loved one and express your admiration for them. Whether you are thinking about sending your father a card or ordering one for him, it is important to remember that he is a unique individual so make that shine in the card.

Father's Day gifts are as varied as the individuals who receive them. Some gifts may be simple, such as a keyring or a keepsake bottle. Regardless of the kind of gift you decide to give your father, remember to celebrate him and the role he plays in your life.

Here are 24 Father’s Day gift ideas by Forbes.

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