Yesterday was Heritage Day in South Africa and the hitmaker decided to hit South Africa and Africa with nine different cultural attires, and we decided to look at them and what cultures are they.
From Pedi to Venda attires here are the attires the multi-award-winning artist displayed:
The Venda queen's first attire for the day was a colourful Bapedi two pieces attire, which was dominated by the colour blue.
The second attire was Xitsonga attire, the singer wore green dominated Xibelani with a pinkish top and doek.
Next was Ndebele attire and as always it was a colourful piece that Ndebele proud themselves of.
The next attire was a traditional Xhosa outfit which is white, blue, and black dominated as usual.
The 5th attire was from the Zulu tribe and with animal skin, Makhadzi looked good.
Next was Basotho attire which has a blanket and hat made up of grass.
Next was the Batswana two-piece outfit which is made up of animal skin.
The next attire was Swati one which was dominated by yellow and black colours.
Last on her list was from her culture Venda, the attire was dominated by the colour yellow and green.
Source: Makhadzi Official Facebook page
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