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Tag: International Festival
Ntozanele Libimbi UJ’s 15th annual International Festival had students showing off their best gear. Students gathered around the APK fountain to enjoy different foods, music, cultures and artistic performances. But not all of the artistic expressions were displayed on the stage as some audience members’ colourful clothing were visible attributes of diversity. In no particular order here are
The Open Journal asked UJ students, who have lived outside of their home country, to tell us what they felt was the most exciting thing about being on foreign soil.
The International Festival has been on the UJ events calendar for 15 years now and is aimed at celebrating the diverse cultures on the African continent through music, dance, fashion and food.
A doubtful reaction emanated from some of the members in Zimsoc.
Cases like mine are not scarce I was born in SA but because none of my parents have acquired citizenship, I couldn’t apply for an ID and automatically became an “international student”.
It was an event of joy, laughter, music, clothing, and food originating from different countries in the world.
Students were picked from the crowd at the international festival and invited to pick up a drum and join the massive band.
The event began with song and dance routines carried out by participants belonging to local cultural groups that varied from Sotho to Zulu.