Celebration of heritage

Iintombi Ziyavoya group entertained the crowd at the Lwandle Migrant Labour Museum during Heritage Day on Tuesday 24 September. The group was one of many that thrilled the crowd with their dancing skills and singing. The occasion saw many wearing their different culture’s clothing while celebrating the day and enjoying African food. See more on page 4.PHOTO: mzwanele mkalipi
Iintombi Ziyavoya group entertained the crowd at the Lwandle Migrant Labour Museum during Heritage Day on Tuesday 24 September. The group was one of many that thrilled the crowd with their dancing skills and singing. The occasion saw many wearing their different culture’s clothing while celebrating the day and enjoying African food. See more on page 4.PHOTO: mzwanele mkalipi
Celebration of heritage
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