Five reasons to celebrate Heritage Day

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Why we love Heritage Day:

Heritage Day was declared a national holiday during the late Nelson Mandela’s presidential term to ensure that nation building happened not only in government but between neighbours, family and friends. Food is also a big part of many of our cultures. As you celebrate your Heritage Day with either family or friends, let Checkers take care of the grub in true South African style, from the boerewors to the sundowner.

You get to wear traditional attire

Get to braai with friends and family

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Get to live out or express Ubuntu “I am because we are”

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Enjoy our proudly South African products:  chutney, biltong and rusks

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Check out some heritage sites (Cradle of Humankind, uKhahlammba- Drakensberg, Robben Island)

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Rugby matches to look forward to:

Nothing brings the country together like watching the Springboks around a Saturday afternoon braai. Whether you stay in Ladysmith or the Lowveld, rallying behind the national rugby team has become a pastime for many of us. With the Rugby World Cup coming up, make sure that you’re donning the green and gold and that you’re all stocked up on your braai supplies.

September 2015
26 South Africa v Samoa Villa Park 17:45
October 2015
3 South Africa v Scotland St James’ Park 17:45
7 South Africa v USA The Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 17:45

We have so much to be thankful for. Remember who you are, and where you live, and share these amazing attributes with your colleagues, friends, family and fellow countrymen!

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