Indoni camps celebrate culture and heritage

EMBRACE culture and heritage at the Indoni cultural schools auditions at the Phumlani Hall in Hluhluwe on Saturday.

Young boys and girls between 12 and 25 years are invited to celebrate their African heritage and culture by joining the school programme, which aims to promote social cohesion, moral regeneration and the appreciation of heritage.

‘This year we wanted to bring this to grassroots level and give youth the opportunity to join our culture schools,’ said Indoni’s Lucia Matebane.

Indoni schools are attended by young people throughout South Africa during school holidays.

They have 12 camps in all provinces which are conducted in Ndebele, Swati, IsiZulu, Pedi, Tshonga, Venda, Khoisan, Sotho, Mpondo, Xhosa, Thembu and Tshwane.

‘Young people who have gone through the culture school conduct peer education within their communities and schools. They are also invited to talk on radio programmes aimed at promoting and advocating positive behaviour among young people,’ Matebane said.

This cultural initiative also incorporates poetry, traditional dance and drama at various functions across the country, as well as imparting skills to enable the youth to identify and pursue business opportunities.

Application forms are available on their website or phone 086 0555705.


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