Every nation in the world has its unique symbols that set it apart from the rest of the global community.
Redi Tlhabi on Wednesday invited listeners to share the things that are only done, seen or said in South Africa.
This idea was inspired by a detailed study titled the 'Britishness Audit' which revealed what British people believe are the things that make them uniquely British like the roast dinner.
Listen to what people had to say below:
Scroll down to read quotes from the audio...
The arm of the taxi driver that's hanging out of his window is an indicator that you will turn any direction at any time.— Gunta, caller in Sommerset West
The word heita. I think it's so universal. I think everybody knows the word heita.— Xolile, caller in Winchester Hills
Crime and corruption.— Wilson, caller in Randburg
The word 'voetsek'— Lindi, caller in Auckland Park.
This article first appeared on 702 : What makes us uniquely South African?