This week is all about culture shock, as you can guess from the title itself it's all about shocking facts or things you've witnessed that took you by surprise in the many cultures we share as South Africans.
Instead, as per uAnomsa hleli nje uzothetha eyakhe ephumecaleni which - I promise you, is not the case right now. The questions that linger in my head when I hear the term culture shock is, how are we as South Africans still shocked by our cultures? Why have we not prioritized the most significant knowledge that make us who we are?
Because without that, misunderstandings will always occur, thus leading to a divide; why have we no problem with not knowing the direction in which our neighbor lives by? Instead, we leave it to books and pages to teach us about the ways of our forefathers when all it necessitates is a conversation with the old man. So before you stand proud and rep Ubuntu, ask yourself if you could genuinely take responsibility of Ubuntu