South Africa enjoys a rich cultural diversity, yet the education of such even to its own people has not always been highly valued. In Creative Culture: The Heart and Soul of South Africa, Bathandwa Mcuba attempts to change this by embracing and giving life to diversity by way of educating, whilst also giving a boost to the building of our nation.
By working together towards focused goals, we could break the cycle of tribalism, racism, prejudice and xenophobia.
Through greater understanding, respect and embrace of each other’s cultures and heritage, we could celebrate and live a peaceful and more meaningful life in a productive society.
In these pages you will uncover…
The rich diversity of South African culture and its people
A Healthy South African Identity is “UBUNTU”, it does not hide behind race, tribalism and prejudice, and it is part of grandeur society.
- The Power and Beauty of standing together as one
- From Amazing Afrikaners – Zealous Zulus, over 200 captioned photographs
of South African people from diverse backgrounds and real villages
- A multicultural extravaganza as the book takes you
through the journey of all South African provinces
- The true values of being South Africans and the Spirit of ‘UBUNTU’
- Basic greetings/salutations in 13 different languages
- Firsthand living accounts from the ‘born free’ generation
- True South African lifestyle as lived by millions
- What truly drives this nation?
- How to celebrate and enjoy achievements
“This should be compulsory reading for all learners, scholars, businesses, corporations and government; as “Africa’s Time has come!”” – Fundiswa Roji, CA (SA) Cum Laude Board Member: Mix Telematics Limited, Imperial Logistics Africa, Soul City institute
“One of its kind, distinct, colourful and theatrical! Creative Culture… has created a unique move bound to leave readers with a new sense of recognition, insight and appreciation for South Africans and their landscapes.” – Yvonne Kwang , Author of Discover Cambodia
“and in 1996 we created the defense for these, our hard earned gains” Read Creative Culture, the Heart and Soul…see if you will feel and understand this history: we are South Africans” – Dr. Mongane Wally Serote , Former Parliament Chair of Arts & Culture, First CEO of Freedom Park and Best Selling Author