Since the restoration of national sovereignty, the peoples of South Africa have restored the great importance of their own traditions.
In the past, white British rulers had tried to weaken the adherence to traditions, believing that by limiting the spread of national culture, they would be able to control the spirit of black people.
Whether it worked or not was doubtful, but in the end, under Mandela's leadership, the native people regained control of the country.
The native South Africans recognized the sinister intentions of the colonists, and once they were back in power, various ethnic groups started a movement to preserve the traditions and revive the culture.
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