AmaHlubi celebrate heritage

2017-09-22 06:00
Photo: siphelele nketoKing Langalibalele II of AmaHlubi.

Photo: siphelele nketoKing Langalibalele II of AmaHlubi.

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THE king of the amaHlubi, Langalibalele II will again celebrate national Heritage Day with his nation in Kokstad on September 24

Organiser of the event Benny Khobo, a Kokstad Hlubi, said the annual celebration is aimed at bringing all nations in Kokstad together.
He said Kokstad is made up of different tribes and ethnicities that need to unite and celebrate their heritage.

“People will be educated about taking their culture and their roots seriously,” said Khobo.
Traditional groups will give performances at the event. Last year, the event was also held in Kokstad.
Langalibalele II asked the Hlubi forefathers of Bhungane, Mthimkhulu, Langalibalele, Siyephu and Tatazela to protect the
nation.

     

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