Art is poetry and this year's heritage theme is 'celebrating South African poetry'.
Up there one will see evidence of this burgeouning civilization that undoubtedly dwarfs anything the Greek and Egyptians can put to the fore.
From the top of the mountain you have the benefit of seeing both Zimbabwe and Botswana, across the Transfrontier park.
There are indigenous games at the summit which indicate the oldness of our indigenous knowledge.
Eccentric Sculptor Noria Mabasa who lives in Tshino Village is known the world over for her use of wood to tell stories of her people.
is a blog you come to when you want more INFORMATION about everything in the world. We welcome contributions so be free to send us what you are feeling about the world. Though coming to an end soon, September has been deservedly chosen as National Heritage Month here in South Africa.
Your interest might be literature/ films/ doccies/ musik/ kommentary/ politiks etc. On September 24 Dr Ivy Matsepe-Casaburi (in her capacity as acting-president) attended the main Heritage Day function in the Free State where it was poetry galore. So, if you have something to say or comment on; holler at your #1 BLOG.Some few years ago President Thabo Mbeki said that when this generation passes on it must not leave its offspring poverty as part of its legacy.People must always strive to pass over to the next generation something worth celebrating.Tourism always remember to make sure that the local traveler is informed that approximately 70% of this country's heritage sites are in Limpopo Province.This is when we exclude Table Moutain, Cradle of Mankind and the majestic Eastern Transvaal scenic sights.