Exclusive: ‘Muvhango’ Actor David Sebe Encourages Mzansi Youth to Never Forget Their Roots

Exclusive: ‘Muvhango’ Actor David Sebe Encourages Mzansi Youth to Never Forget Their Roots

  • Veteran Muvhango actor, David Sebe, shared a special message to the youth on Heritage Day
  • The media personality urged the young generation to not forget their roots and neglect their cultures
  • Briefly News learned that Sebe spent Heritage Day with his family and also instilled these values on his own children

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David Sebe most popularly known as Gizara on Muvhango has reached out to the youth on Heritage Day. The actor believes that our Heritage is the most precious thing we have and the languages form a very big part of this heritage.

Exclusive: ‘Muvhango’ Actor David Sebe Encourages Mzansi Youth to Never Forget Their Roots
DAvid Sebe has a strong message for the youth on Heritage Day. Image: Supplied
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"Our culture and our heritage define our present and future. As we celebrate Heritage Day, I ask parents, especially parents, to teach their children about their heritage, who they are, and where they are coming from," he said.

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Sebe said that it was important for the future generation to make an effort to conserve languages as they were on the brink of extinction.

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“Already in some homes, black people speak English. Some of their children cannot even speak their parents' indigenous languages. As we celebrate Heritage Day let us go back to the drawing board and revisit the issue of our indigenous languages. "

He urged the youth. “ Do not diminish who you are, heritage is your identity, without heritage you are subjected to exploitation.”

Speaking exclusively to Briefly News, Sebe said that he would be spending the day with his family, teaching them the importance of preserving heritage.

Makhadzi wins Heritage Day with variety of traditional outfits

Meanwhile Briefly News reported that Makhadzi won Heritage Day after she wore 9 traditional outfits to commemorate the day. The singer and dancer went all out and stunned her fans by rocking the gorgeous looks.

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Makhadzi is from the Venda tribe but she felt that wearing all 9 traditional outfits would bring a sense of unity among the different tribes in Africa.

She said:

“Today I decided to wear all 9 official language outfits for heritage day ... iam a Venda lady with African blood. I believe that as AFRICAN WE ARE ALL 1 .. and love and peace it’s life.”

Source: Briefly.co.za

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