South Africans from near and far have taken to Facebook to celebrate their roots in Heritage Month in the #ImStaying group.
Social media has been flooded with beautiful photos of people dressing in their traditional clothes or performing their traditions.
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of these posts and shared them with the rest of Mzansi.
1. Eric Leoto
Eric Leoto posted in #ImStaying and shared some beautiful pictures of the Basotho cultural village in Eastern Free State.
2. Xola Xbystone Mabija
Xola Xbystone Mabija had a special message to share about being multicultural.
"I am #multicultural a product of the Rainbow nation generation....Here are the Tribes in my Family Tree
My mother is Xhosa, ( I was Raised Xhosa)
MY Father was a blend of Zulu & Swati
MY Husband is a blend of Tswana & Zulu
Our Children are blends of Xhosa, Zulu, Swati & Tswana....
My high school friend says She has 3 tribes the Khoisan, English and Afrikaans in her Family Tree
What Tribes do you have in your family tree Stayers? #HeritageMonth"
3. Portia Mizana Mimi Sitshetshe
Portia shared stunning pics of her traditional clothes.
"Proud Hlubi woman #ImStaying #HeritageMonth"
4. Confidence Connie Ngobeni
Confidence shared a stunning pic with her friend wearing traditional clothing.
5. Thabann Langa
Thabann shared a beautiful pic of his daughter, Zinhle.
Proud single dad."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Nontembeko Nontembeko Nyovane took to social media with a touching video of her Foundation Phase class and their beautiful dance.
The deaf children danced to the music and are one of the cutest things were have ever seen.
Nontembeko posted the video in the #ImStaying group and captioned it with the following:
Then we finished our day today with our foundation Phase with, XOLA MOYA WAM song. We would like to thank Nomcebo Zikode for her beautiful songs. Our Deaf kids are loving the songs. #sign language"
In other news, the gift of life is beautiful. It becomes even more beautiful when one is blessed with added years to celebrate. One such lucky lady is the grandma of TD Phakwe. The proud grandson took to Facebook to wish her a happy 111th birthday.
In his post he thanks his gogo for looking after both himself, his siblings, and all of their combined children.
"Help me wish my grandma a special birthday - 111 years. We are truly blessed and honoured to be raised by you with love, including our children. Not many of us will reach there," he wrote.
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