In an effort to improve and widen the knowledge of all South African about crucial aspects of South Africa's history, a series of titles called Exploring our National days has been developed. The titles cover South Africa's historical path, from the 1868 battle of Voortrekker versus Zulu (Day of Reconciliation); to the Women's March in 1956 (National Women's Day); the Sharpeville Massacre of 1960 (Human Rights' Day); the Soweto Uprisings of 1976 (Youth Day); up to the day officially recognised as the birth of South African democracy (Freedom Day). The series also covers WorkersA Day and Heritage Day. The titles also provide thumbnail sketches of some of the key players in the unfolding drama of South African history, making the links between history and contemporary society clear. Created for readers still at school, the series provides simple and easily accessible accounts of important days in the history of South Africa. They include guides for teachers and facilitators on how to use the information in the books to best help learners read and apply the knowledge they gain.
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