For Heritage Month, we are highlighting the stories of some young South Africans, giving them a platform to reveal what their country means to them & how they express their heritage through their unique style.

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"My mind is as flexible as my body"



Conway October is a street dancer born & raised in the Cape Flats. He uses dance to inspire the people in his community through movement.




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"I DECIDE WHERE I'M GOING"



MAYA BORAINE CELEBRATES HER HERITAGE THROUGH THE EXPRESSION OF ART THAT HAS BEEN HANDED DOWN TO HER THROUGH GENERATIONS - FROM HER FATHER & GRANDFATHER




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"MY STYLE IS 100% UNAPOLOGETIC"



JOSH DU PLESSIS HAS BEEN TAUGHT FROM A YOUNG AGE BY HIS FAMILY TO EXPRESS HIS INDIVIDUALITY WHILE BEING FREE & PROUD OF WHO HE IS & WHERE HE COMES FROM.




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"I SPEAK AFRIKAANS AS WELL AS ISIZULU"




WITH BOTH ZULU & SWATI HERITAGE, RUTH MATHABA GREW UP LEARNING MULTIPLE LANGUAGES, GIVING HER A BROAD UNDERSTANDING OF VARIOUS CULTURES.



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"I AM PROUD OF WHERE I COME FROM"



Brought up in Simon's Town, Loren Humphreys feels very connected to the ocean. her mother was also a sailor, so the sea always reminds her of her heritage.



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