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Youth Day 2024 aims to 'actively advance socioeconomic gains in SA''s democracy'

The South African Government will commemorate Youth Day 2024 at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. The Acting Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Maropene Ramokgopa, called on South Africans to come together and embrace unity in our diversity to further strengthen our democracy South Africa commemorates Youth Month under the theme, “Actively advancing socioeconomic gains in our democracy”. “We celebrate the socioeconomic gains that have been made in our democracy, yet also acknowledge that there is more to be done. Sport, Arts, and Culture play an important role in the mood and identity of our nation. Our commitment stands to continue developing the sectors,’’ said the Minister. “As we continue to advance the socioeconomic gains of our democracy, we commit as Government to continue our endeavour to quantify, to lift and to develop the country’s sport, arts and culture sectors,’’ she added. This year marks the 48th anniversary of the 16 June 1976 student uprising in

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