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From left: Gagasi FM radio deejay Khulekani ‘Daddy Kulz’ Mbambo; Amajuba District mayor Dr Musa Ngubane; and hiking expert and head of Hikeobics Tsebiso Maruping. Picture: Tourism KwaZulu-Natal
From left: Gagasi FM radio deejay Khulekani ‘Daddy Kulz’ Mbambo; Amajuba District mayor Dr Musa Ngubane; and hiking expert and head of Hikeobics Tsebiso Maruping. Picture: Tourism KwaZulu-Natal

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During the Easter holidays, many people leave where they live and head home – wherever that may be – to spend time with family. Covid-19 has imposed changes to what is a tradition for some. But maybe a few new traditions can be established in this “new normal", writes Helen Herimbi.

During the Easter holidays, many people leave where they live and head home – wherever that may be – to spend time with family.

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