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The staff was treated to a scrumptious "heritage lunch" yesterday. An array of dishes representing different cultures was presented. Dishes included a salivating sheep's head, mogodu, samp, roasted bread with assorted cold meatsand cheeses, while the sweets included pancakes and koeksisters, among others.

This was washed down with the famous ginger ale. Staff wore cultural attire to school.

It was a spectacle to behold. Happy Heritage month!

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