heritage day in south africa
Heritage Day is celebrated to promote unity and diversity in South Africa. The day, which falls on September 24th, was first proclaimed by the then president Nelson Mandela. It is an important annual event that gives South Africans the opportunity to celebrate their diverse cultures and customs.
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