It must be a relief that we are now in the festive season and there will be celebrations after celebrations and you want to ensure that you dress your part during this time. There are some people who would feel like they are being left out when they are wearing traditional outfits.
Matriculation is the process of getting admission to a new class, school or college after qualifying a written exam. In India, this term refers to the year of 10th class. Fate works in wonders. One can pass matric at the on the day and still end up poor.
If you are one of those people who have not yet embraced their culture especially when it comes to traditional clothing, then you really have to to reflect. We are now starting to see that it is becoming more fashionable to wear out traditional outfits. This has been made possible by the designers that we have.
We know that many people are of the view that traditional clothing are outdated but we have also seen that many people are trying to normalize wearing traditional clothing with a touch of morden style. This way even those who are sceptical about the traditional outfits, they are now starting to embrace the African outfits more than they did before.
We are seeing that more and more people are now starting to embrace their culture. Wearing traditional attires or just normal clothes that are traditionally inspired has become a norm. It is no longer something that has to wait for an occasions, even though there are still those that are still sceptical about it.
South Africa has a lot of cultures and during heritage weekend we had a chance to see people from all walks of life showcase their beautiful cultures.From the Zulu, Sotho,Venda, Sepedi,Ndebele,Tsonga, Xhosa and many more.Bur from all the traditional attires most people would agree that the Zulu is one of the most beautiful cultures in South Africa and the women from there are also just as beautiful.
https://mobile.twitter.com/emily_teffoME/status/1441995563550101506 A Limpopo woman has revealed her reason as to why she is going to fear dating Limpopo men. However, in order for readers to understand context under which the Limpopo woman made her utterances, it is best to contextualize her statement. Well, one lady on twitter seemingly posted a tweet which appears to have managed to capture the attention of lady who stated on her tweet that she is from Limpopo.
When season one of Giyani Land Of Blood finished, there were calls from viewers who were already attached to the drama which is aired on SABC 2 every Monday to Wednesday, people fell in love with the content and they demanded more of it and the producers have finally delivered since Season 2 is here, but some of the viewers are not happy at all, particularly the Xitsonga speaking people.
During Heritage Weekend, we saw people from many walks of life showing their unique traditions, demonstrating that South Africa has a varied spectrum of cultures. They include Zulu, Sotho, Venda, Sepedi, Ndebele, Tsonga, Xhosa, and many others. But, out of all of these tribes, have you ever considered which one is the best to marry from, and which culture has the most attractive women in South Africa?
One of the requirements for our government schools in order for our kids to pass to the next class is competency in an African language and this really destroys and victimised our kids. Is it used as tribalisation or a way of saying every tribe and culture should stick to their place of birth?
Source: Mzansileaks.co.za Innocent Sadiki, who portrays Sthoko Seakamela in the Sepedi soap opera Skeem Saam on SABC 1, is battling COVID19. Even though the last few days have been difficult for her, the reality star revealed on her Instagram account that she has resolved to stay positive and confront her life.
The long gone television soapie, Giyani Land of Blood is back with more conflict, more drama and more actors. This telenovela was created to uplift vaTsonga tribe on the South African television landscape as it was realized that there was no telenovela that aired in Xitsonga language.
South Africa has a diverse range of cultures, and we got the opportunity to witness individuals from all walks of life showcasing their unique traditions during Heritage Weekend. Zulu, Sotho, Venda, Sepedi, Ndebele, Tsonga, Xhosa, and many others are among them.
South African traditional fabrics and attires have become increasingly popular around the world in recent years. The evolving fashion designs in Xhosa, Zulu, Shweshwe, Sepedi, Tswana, Venda, and other South African ethnic designs are acquiring new market share not just across the continent, but also around the world.
A lady who has went to a date with a Pedi man has taken to Twitter to share what the Pedi man has said to her, during the course of the date. And what the Pedi man has said, has prompted the lady to use a crying Emoji.
Innocent Sadiki, who depicts Sthoko Seakamela in the Sepedi drama Skeem Saam on SABC 1, is fighting COVID19. Despite the fact that the most recent couple of days have been hard for her, the reality star uncovered on her Instagram account that she has made plans to remain positive and defy her life.
A Limpopo based hit maker, King Monada has somewhat joked about the fact of his car being repossessed. In the past few days, there has been some reports suggesting that King Monada's car has been repossessed. However, the Limpopo based artist, King Monada has taken to Twitter to express his reaction about this matter.
Makhadzi Celebrated Her Heritage Day in Traditional Attires From All 9 Different SA Tribes. See Here
Recently the whole of South Africa was celebrating Heritage day on the 24th of September, which it's an official holiday. On this day, different tribes that makes up the country celebrate their traditions, culture, food, dances and customs. Many took it to their social media accounts showing us how they celebrating the day and that included many of our public figures proud of their country.
South Africa had a good musical weekend with the likes of Chymamusique and Dustinho releasing their albums. With Chymamusique releasing his album titled "Musique" meaning Mmino in Sepedi, fans took to social media to congratulate the artist on the wonderful job he has done on his project.
South Africa has a diverse range of cultures, and we had the opportunity to witness people from all walks of life showcasing their unique traditions during Heritage Weekend. Zulu, Sotho, Venda, Sepedi, Ndebele, Tsonga, Xhosa, and many others are among them.