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  1. Zulu Men. Traditional dress for men consists of animal skins and feathers; the kind of skins indicates the status of the person wearing them. The tufts of a cow’s tail (amashoba) are worn on the upper arms and below the knee to make the person appear broader than he is.

  2. Traditional Zulu dancing is an important part of the Zulu culture. Dancing is usually performed during a traditional Zulu ceremony, and is accompanied by vibrant singing and sometimes the beating of drums. Zulu dancing is something quite spectacular, especially when the men and women are fully dressed in their traditional attire.

  3. May 07, 2021 · Zulu Traditional Attire For Women In the Zulu culture, there are different attires to mark different stages in the lives of both men and women, signifying the different milestones achieved.

  4. A place like Shakaland in northern Kwazulu-Natal goes a long way in recreating a similar experience in a traditional and authentic Zulu experience as it was in days gone by. O O nce the cooking is done, the food is lined up buffet-style and the women dish up for the queued guests.

  5. Zulu lady making traditional African beer. South Africa's Traditional African Food From the early days sorghum and millet have been mainly used for the brewing of traditional African beer.

  6. Jun 08, 2020 · Xhosa Traditional Attire Recognised as the second largest cultural group in South Africa, after the Zulu-speaking nation, the Xhosas originally wear skin garments but today many of them wear ...

  7. Jun 13, 2019 · It may be inspired by a traditional Zulu name, but follows the beat of its own drum. [ Read: Swahili Baby Names] 32. Mpumelelo: Mpumelelo is trendy and has been doing the rounds as one of the hottest Zulu names for years. It means ‘success.’ 33. Mthunzi: This Zulu name, meaning ‘shadow’ has seen moderate success in other Xhosa tribes.

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