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South Africa: A Rainbow Nation

24 Sep 2016

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ON the 24th of September is Heritage Day in South Africa - A day when everyone celebrates their 'Rainbow Nation'... SO, in preparation for this great party the kids in Mafikeng have been making Rainbows...

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All the colours of our rainbows represents all the different types of people in South Africa, that's what makes us a special place.
We hope you like our rainbows and maybe they will inspire you to make your own rainbows to brighten up your classrooms too. 

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