Knowledge removes the spontaneity that accompanies life and rewards everything based on logic or the popular teen word woke.
As events of the day unravelled, The Open Journal spoke to representatives from some of the countries who explained about their culture, food and traditional wear.
As different people from the international community come together in celebrating cultural diversity, what makes this 2018 edition different from the previous is the drive towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Students and teachers were dressed in traditional attire from across South Africa’s diverse cultural groups. The event had a colourful atmosphere in every sense of the word.
I am not in denial of my culture and cultures that have shaped my life; instead, I recognise that they are from different corners of the earth.
Personally, in my home, we don’t have traditional clothing or traditional ceremonies that are linked to an aged old family story.
If you were stuck in class there’s no need to worry, because I happen to have a really dishy story for you and I mean that in every sense of the word.
It was an event of joy, laughter, music, clothing, and food originating from different countries in the world.
The event began with song and dance routines carried out by participants belonging to local cultural groups that varied from Sotho to Zulu.