UNESCO declared 27 October World Day for Audiovisual Heritage to raise awareness on the significance of Audiovisual Technology and to draw attention to the need to safeguard them.
Mqhayi says he is not in it for the money but wants the Department of Arts & Culture, and the media, to give credit where it is due.
Ramaphosa vows to preserve African languages as they were degraded during Apartheid.
Parliament has requested sign language to reach the status of an official language.
We’ve had fire, spice and everything nice from the main Heritage Day statements shared by the ANC, DA and EFF this Tuesday. Here’s what they had to say.
Mmusi Maimane: “While others seek to divide, the rest of us will look to the future.”
“We should all work to heal the divisions of the past and establish a society based on democratic values.”
Which day do you think South Africans should support, Heritage or Braai Day – or is it all the same?
How will you be celebrating Heritage Day this year?
Ramaphosa will read books with students in African languages at the Sandile Present Community Library to kick-start Heritage Day Celebrations.
Take a bow, ma’am: Vuyisile Malomane had Parliament on its feet with her Heritage Day speech, celebrating the need for Afrikaans and SA’s diverse culture.
The country also has 17 national heritage sites.
South Africa gets a new heritage site.
A Nelson Mandela statue, erected in New York? “Haikhona mfana!”
Heritage Day isn’t all about braais and beers – it’s about remembering those who were here before us.
The EFF has issued a Heritage Day message to South Africans and the government.
The DA have got it spot on with their message of togetherness, and couldn’t have shared it at a better time than Heritage Day.
The coup-plot has thickened with Jacob Zuma, who’s now visiting Qatar against South African protocol. Here are the headlines in South African news today.
Heritage Day, Braai Day or Shaka Day. Depending on who you ask, 24 September means something different to South Africans. Here’s what you need to know about the public holiday.
Find out what’s happening in and around Johannesburg this Heritage Day. Whether you want to braai, relax or have a picnic, there’s something that just might pique your interest.
Apart from getting the day off work, what is Heritage Day really about, and why do we celebrate it?
Can’t be in South Africa? No stress, South Africa may come to you…
With just three months left of 2017, it’s important to know when you can have a worry-free lie in
Let’s celebrate Heritage Day together!