The Xhosa are a Southern African Bantu ethnic group. They are from several tribes like as amaGcaleka, amaNdlambe, imiDushane, and others. In a traditional Xhosa wedding, two families, not simply two people, are united. So, what happens at a traditional Xhosa wedding?
Mzansi is a popular tourist destination because of its beaches, mountains, and savannas. But it offers more than good looking place for tourists when it comes to the broad history that South Africa has, tradition and culture are what is celebrated the most and continues to bring everyone together on the day of heritage.
The Venda (VhaVenda or Vhangona) are a Southern African Bantu people living mostly near the South African-Zimbabwean border. Vhavhenda are a Southern African Bantu people who lives currently in Limpopo province, a border between South Africa-Zimbabwe border Their history starts from the Kingdom of Mapungubwe in 9 century. Their first king it was Shiriyadenga of Venda and Mapungubwe, this kingdom stretched from Soutpansberg in the South to Limpop River to the Matopo mountains in the North. Like any other Kingdoms
The Venda (VhaVenda or Vhangona) are a Southern African Bantu people living mostly near the South African-Zimbabwean border. Vha-Venda Total population ~2.5 million Regions with significant populations South Africa Zimbabwe Languages Tshi-Venda Religion Mainly Traditional African religion, Sometimes Christianity Related ethnic groups Shonas, Pedi people, Kalangas and other Bantu peoples, Lobedu people Venda Person MuVenda People VhaVenda Language TshiVenda Country Venda The history of the Venda starts from the