The 24th September is one of the nation’s favourite public holiday. It’s a day where the whole nation celebrates being different in culture but united as a rainbow nation.
Some interesting facts about Heritage Day:
- The 24th September was commemorated as Shaka’s Day in KwaZulu-Natal in honour of the legendary Zulu leader, King Shaka Zulu.
- The public holiday was declared after the republic became a democracy in 1994
- Heritage is one of the newly created public holidays in South Africa and one that recognises the South African cultures.
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