Serule residents urged to preserve culture

SERULE: Residents of Serule have been urged to preserve culture as it defines their true identity. Speaking at the village’s 70th anniversary and Culture Day, managing director of Fidelity Print, Mark Fidelis Ncube said it is important to preserve culture as it is the backbone of any society.

“To preserve culture is to preserve your identity, which nobody wants to lose,” he said.

He said in order to be able to preserve cultural values individuals should also have self-respect and respect for others.

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