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WATCH: Youngsters showcase their talents under The Bluff’s Storytelling Tree

Learners celebrate their heritage by singing and dancing under the Storytelling Tree.

THE Storytelling Tree at The Bluff Showgrounds came alive with song and dance during a programme called Kids Should, hosted by the Gcinamasiko Arts and Heritage Trust (GAHT).

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Children from schools in south Durban displayed remarkable talent with sketches, songs and dance to celebrate their heritage.

Windy Heights Primary School learners, Sbongokuhle Mdlalose, Alwande Gambushe, Mawande Hadebe and Amahle Makhanya, entertained the audience.

Founder of GAHT, actress and storyteller Gcina Mhlophe, had children engaged in songs and dance before Somijazi Bonani from eThekwini Library Services taught children about the different women who contributed to the struggle for freedom in South Africa.

Mhlophe said the purpose of the GAHT edutainment programme is to promote a culture of children having access to various activities so they thrive, learn and grow.

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