MAHALA PHOTO SHOOT FOR HERITAGE DAY AT THE PHOTO SHOP IN BRAAMFONTEIN

MAHALA PHOTO SHOOT FOR HERITAGE DAY AT THE PHOTO SHOP IN BRAAMFONTEIN

According to Wikipedia; Heritage Day is a South African public holiday celebrated on 24 September. On this day, South Africans across the spectrum are encouraged to celebrate their culture and the diversity of their beliefs and traditions, in the wider context of a nation that belongs to all its people.

The Photo Shop Braamfontein is giving free photo shoots in celebration of heritage day from Friday 22nd September until Friday 29th September 2017.

The criteria for the free photo shoot is your heritage attire.
Everything comes from heritage whether you are a man or woman, your heritage is the core of who you are said, Koko The Photo Shop Lead Photographer.

Africans take pride in their heritage attire in other parts of the continent unlike in South Africa.

Most South Africans only wear their traditional attire on heritage day which is sad.

We should be proud of who we are and take back our pride as Africans.

 

To claim your photo shoot,

Call 011 056 9665

Address; Shop 5. Marie Court, 22 De Beers Street, Braamfontein.

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