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Tags : Heritage Day

Local Languages Take Up Their Rightful Place In The Second

When Boomerang Africa first launched Boomerang Tunes in September last year, nobody could have imagined how popular the playful, vibrant and charming songs representing Africa’s rich treasure trove of diversity and cultural influences would be, garnering no less than 2 million views on YouTube! As part of the channel’s strategy to create more local brand content, Boomerang […]Read More

Young South Africans And NESCAFÉ Ricoffy Celebrate Heritage Day

Morena Moletsane, Lindi Joubert and Tanya van Deventer watch their expression of heritage and pride come to life. South Africans were recently given the opportunity to get creative in the NESCAFÉ RICOFFY tin design competition, and knowing that 2020 has been a tough year for all us, NESCAFÉ RICOFFY is bringing pride to life this Heritage […]Read More

What Can Marketers Learn From The Phenomenon That Is Jerusalema?

Imagine how Master KG felt when President Ramaphosa recommended that South Africa take up the Jerusalema challenge on Heritage Day. Perhaps it felt better than the day the song hit 100 million views on YouTube. Or better than the day Nigeria’s biggest music star, Burna Boy, remixed the song, propelling it right across Africa and […]Read More

Opening Of Bantu Scope Cinema At Gallery Fanon

Bantu Scope will be launching to the public on Heritage Day with ‘Concerning Violence’. The 2014 film is a documentary film written and directed by Göran Olsson, narrated by Lauryn Hill. The powerful documentary is based on Frantz Fanon’s essay, Concerning Violence, from his 1961 book The Wretched of the Earth. Bantu Scope Cinema is […]Read More

The Mirror Has Many Faces – A Solo Exhibition By

Sifiso Mkhabela’s latest body of work, The Mirror Has Many Faces: Reimagining The Cognitive Power Of Culture, is an ongoing exploration of figurative paintings, mixed-media works and drawings that imitate and document the process of Ukugcatjwa – a traditional ceremony of mark-making through incisions and initiation. The narrative lends itself as an expression of the […]Read More