Love the turkey!
But on a more serious note, for black South Africans the culture has really evolved with the times. For one it's usually sighted by the lunch rather than the dinner, a real feast where people eat as much as can until they lie flat on their stomachs. We're looking at a possible 4 to 5 course meal, including ridiculous desserts which historically used to be your normal ice cream served with jelly and custard. The main course including dumplings (steamed bread) served with either good fried chicken or beef stew or curry and an amazing array of side dishes which include a whole lot of veggies and salads (very common historically were such as coleslaw and the beetroot salads which have evolved to creamed spinach salads, chilli beetroot and all those other 'nca' salads they mix). But I'm not really a diplomat for Christmas lunch as the only time I've ever cooked was when I was house sitting as a teenager and just has macaroni and mince for lunch!
Yes, and like Blue Bull said, the following few days you just eat and eat whatever was left over because it's usually a lot, the day after Christmas is a public holiday: The Day of Goodwill A.K.A The Day of Leftovers