World war 1
[WATCH] Diturupa: Festival honours Africa’s World War I soldiers
Every year after Christmas, thousands gather in the village of Makapanstad in South Africa’s North West province to honour the African soldiers who served in World War I. This age-old tradition is called Diturupa and it's traced back to a time after World War I.
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