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Ligwalagwala FM and Nutting House bring you the: “Love Rocks Concert 2019”. A soulful day of music and lifestyle featuring a lit lineup led by International Music Award Winner: Sjava, supported by Brenden Praise, Sweetmike, Sihlabani, Reshen Music, Soul Kings, BluLamp and Nondumiso Nkosi. Tickets are available at Computicket at R150 for general access and R450 for VIP. No tickets will be sold at the gate. Gates open from 12 noon.Love Rocks 2019. Proudly Sponsored by Nutting House, City of Mbombela, The Mbombela Film office, Heineken and Pernod Ricard. In partnership with Sho’t Left. Because nothing’s more fun than a Sho’t Left. Brought to you by South African Tourism. For further info, please contact: Cwy Mandindi Marketing Manager: Ligwalagwala FM 013 759 6762 email@example.com Mfanimpela Ndlala Events Coordinator: Ligwalagwala FM 013 759 6620 firstname.lastname@example.org
Xhosa cuisine: the dishes and traditions
African ancestors continue to give Africans a shared and personal sense of self-affirmation, identity and unfettered belonging.
Zulu cuisine is still very much influenced by tradition and its celebration of history and a commitment to culture.
It’s often worth it leaving behind the big lights and taking a road tip to explore small-town cuisine, or even making a trip of it and spending a night or two and exploring what else is on offer.
The food story of South Africa.
As a nation that boasts about its rich culture, the Basotho can trace their origins to the pre-historic age.
The Tsonga people are a diverse group of tribes that include the Shangaan, Thonga, Tonga, Vandzawu, VaTshwa, Vakalanga and Valoyi to name a few.
The Ndebele of South Africa constitute one group of people whose identity has survived precarious conditions and existential crisis under the weight of changing power dynamics of internal and external factors from pre-colonial to present times.
Mining in South Africa has been a contentious issue since 15-year-old Erasmus Stephanus Jacobs discovered South Africa’s first diamond, the Eureka, in Hopetown in 1867.
South Africa is made up of people who have been in the country since the beginning of time, as well as others who arrived either as slaves, escapees of persecution in their homelands, or seekers of instant riches.
Golfers from around the world are continuously impressed by the standard of the courses they play and it’s no surprise too as South Africa has some of the best in the Southern Hemisphere.