Heritage Day is an annual public holiday held on 24 September to celebrate the diverse cultures and traditions that make up South Africa.
We don’t know how to make things go back to normal faster. We do know how to make a good time out of a bad situation but let’s keep the Covid-19 precautions in mind and stay safe.
Before COVID-19 appeared, summer parties and backyard braai’s were so easy. Just invite everyone, toss something on the braai. We can all now experience Extreme Energy Music an alcoholic energy drink crafted by local SA experts. A world first of its kind innovation that we bring to our consumers. Enjoy it while you’re chilling at home with your crew or out on the town soaking up the vibes of your favourite DJ’s on the decks and the feel good sensations of music start shifting your mood.
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To celebrate Heritage Day 2021, let’s commemorate some of the things that make us proudly South African.
There is one crucial guideline- keep it outside, this will help as the air flow dilutes the virus and allows for easy social distance.
What was once a way for butchers to promote and sell their meat, Shisa nyamas have fast become the gathering place for up-and-coming urban professionals, tourists and local township residents looking to eat braaied meat, have their car washed and either sip a fine single malt or hit the dance floor.
Famous street food culture
Be sure to roll up your sleeves because this one is messy! This footlong roll stuffed with hot chips, fillings of your choice, all immersed in an abundance of sauce is perfect to enjoy after a long day at the beach. If you don’t like sharing, you’ll surely have a change of heart with this proudly South African super sandwich – the great gatsby
Something for the sweet tooth
Koeksisters will satisfy that sweet tooth of yours are twisted pastries (plaited in fact), deep fried and heavily sweetened. Delicious and oh so sugary! Additionally, and possibly one of the country’s most iconic desserts – milktart, the milk-based custard is flavoured with cinnamon and orange peel,and set in a shortcrust tart.
Amagwinya similarly known as vetkoek, it’s no secret that South Africans love fried dough. Amagwinya (or vetkoek) could be seen as SA’s twist on a doughnut. Yeast-risen bread is fried and served with either sweet toppings or savoury. We reckon it qualifies as a pudding when slathered with butter and jam, though it’s possibly more common as a savoury snack, filled with polony, savoury mince, or cheese.
What could really be better than these South Africa favourties to celebrate our culture this #HeritageMonth