In African cultures for example, age and social standing is reflected in the clothes a person wears. Here, we take a look at the various types of traditional wear found in South Africa. Their main items of clothing include long skirts and aprons in beautiful printed or embroidered fabrics. Elaborate beaded necklaces called ithumbu are worn around the neck, as well as beaded bracelets and anklets. The iqhiya or headscarf is traditionally worn by married women. To complete the ensemble, embroidered capes or blankets are worn around the shoulders.
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An Introduction To South African Traditional Dress
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The name Xhosa is a generalised term for a diversity of proud clans, the Pondo, Bomvana, Thembu and the Xhosa tribe itself. Red and the orange of ochre were the traditional colours of the Xhosa, Tembu and Bomvana "the red ones". They even repulsed the mighty Zulu chief, Shaka. Ex-President Nelson Mandela belongs to this ethnic group. The Kei Great River marks the boundary of what was once the southern border of the former Transkei.
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Sexual body ideal among Zulu women: Continuity and change
Ndinda, U. Uzodike, C. Chimbwete, M. This paper discusses sexual behaviour findings collected through eleven homogenous focus group discussions conducted among women and men in a predominantly Zulu population in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The objective of this paper is to shed light on sexual behaviour in a rural community.
To Western eyes, it may seem odd that 2, girls who are here to be sternly lectured about virginity are also heavily pressured to strip off almost every stitch of their clothing. And to the Zulu, the custom makes perfect sense. The proof that a virgin is a virgin is that she is proud of her pure body. Some of the girls dancing before King Goodwill Zwelithini recently even wore beadwork aprons with the words ''intombi nto'' -- ''straight girl'' -- beaded into them. The reed dance is a Zulu and Swazi rite of spring danced before the King every September, when spring comes to the Southern Hemisphere.