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Wiseman Mncube and Mpho Wabadimo Celebrate Ancestor’s Day With Castle Milk Stout

South African celebrities Wiseman Mncube and Mpho Wabadimo looked stunning as they celebrated Ancestor’s Day in collaboration with Castle Milk Stout on Wednesday, May 8, 2024.

African spirituality has a deep respect for ancestors who built the foundations for current generations.

Castle Milk Stout and CONTRALESA worked together to make Ancestor’s Day a nationwide observance in South Africa. Many traditional leaders and sangomas attended to celebrate and recognize the significance of this day.

Attendees at the Castle Milk Stout Ancestor’s Day Imibizo included actor Wiseman Mncube, Mpho Wabadimo, The Soil, Mbuso Khoza, singer Phila Dlozi, and Gogo Dineo Ndlanzi.

Wiseman Mncube, an actor, spoke with the media about the importance of ancestors and their role in our life.

He said:

“Everyone needs to acknowledge the importance of Ancestor’s Day, and as Gogo Dineo said, we are our own walking ancestors, and you are paving the way for the person coming after you. It might be your child or your niece and nephew. So, people should embrace their ancestors and spirituality.”My work heals many people; I started this journey of spirituality and traditional healing in 2017 and have been part of the Castle Milk Stout Ancestor’s Day imbizo. Being vocal about my journey as a traditional and spiritual person means empowering many people and showcasing my gift.”

Mpho Wabadimo also posted stunning pictures of her with other traditional leaders on her Instagram page during the celebration of Ancestor’s Day and captioned it:

“In the Spirit of Africa Month , Yesterday we celebrated #ancestorsday & poured one for the ancestors. The Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa collaborated with communities, and cultural custodians to have 8 May celebrated as Ancestor’s Day & @castlemilkstout_sa has been in the forefront of this powerful initiative and movement. This isn’t another public holiday but it is an important day , it is a day of Reflection and Honouring those who came before us.”

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