SOUTH AFRICA WELCOMES “WORLD CULTURES”
THE International Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC) originated from Turkey is the largest and most prominent organization for promoting world languages and cultures. It is dedicated to cultivate and educate the youth and create a platform to share their cultural heritage with their peers around the world.
The IFLC is an annual celebration and showcase for the diversity of linguistic talents from across the world. The purpose of this Festival is to promote a better understanding of the world languages and cultures and witness exceptional performances by students of diverse nationalities. The festival gives students the opportunity to showcase their talents in various competitions and is a great motivation for the students, teachers, schools, and parents.
The festival is an annual international celebration which began in 2003 with only 17 countries participating. Last year (2014), participation ballooned to 145 countries from five continents with more than 2000 participants.
Horizon Education Trust (HET), founded in Johannesburg in 1998 and has significant and extensive roles in fostering a good relationship between South Africa and Turkey in the educational, cultural and social fields, has been taking South African learners to participate the International Festival of Language & Culture since 2003 in different countries.
This year HET is hosting the 13th International Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC), South Africa in Johannesburg in cooperation with Department of the Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation of Gauteng Province, Turquoise Harmony Institute and SATBA.
13th International Festival of Language and Culture, South Africa (IFLCSA) will be held on March 18, 2015, at Nelson Mandela (Joburg) Theatre in Johannesburg at 19:00.
Fifteen countries including the South Africa, Angola, Australia, Albania, Azerbaijan, Brazil, Etiyopya, France, Georgia, Holland, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Mozambique, Malawi, Philippines, Romania, Thailand, Tanzania, USA, Zambiaare to participating International Festival of Language and Culture , South Africa (IFLCSA) to showcase their own cultural dance and music.
This event is in partnership with IFLC, Horizon Educational Trust, Department of the Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation of Gauteng Province, Turquoise Harmony Institute and SATBA.
IFLCSA is sponsored by HORZION EDUCATIONAL TRUST
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