How Do People in South Africa Celebrate Christmas?

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During Christmas time in South Africa, all the children are on a month long break from school and many people take this time off from work as well. Most people usually celebrate Christmas Day outside in their backyards, down at the beach or anywhere that they can be together with family and friends.
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1. Present your father a beautiful and emotional card along with a bouquet of fresh flowers. 2. Get a pleasant gift for him. Buy something that he wanted when he was a boy and could
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The best time to celebrate Christmas in the US/UK style would be July 25th. But since Christmas is an international religious holiday, we keep it to the same day as every other Christian
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Christmas. is very widely observed in Africa. There are approximately. 350 million Christians. living on the continent. Even non-Christian communities will often join in the fun.
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Christmas in South Africa comes in the summer. The schools are closed for the holidays and many people like to go camping. Going carol singing on Christmas Eve is very popular in towns and cities.
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