There are numerous tribes in South Africa, all of which hold different religious beliefs.
Having many different tribes can be a benefit because it allows you to learn and understand new things almost on a daily basis.
Even if you're a member of the Zulu ethnic group, it's critical to understand the cultures of other groups.
You're not helping anyone by doing that, but you are, of course, expanding your knowledge as a person.
For the time being, our attention will be drawn primarily to the Zulu and Xhosa ethnic groups.
One thing is for certain: the debate between these two will never come to a conclusion. They argue over a variety of topics, but we'll be arguing over whose traditional clothing is the most attractive. Take a look at the images of them below...
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