The swaziland born South African actress is proud of her Swati culture. On the picture she is wearing a dress made of the Swati traditional cloth called ilihhiya.
The TV and radio personality has been proud of her Venda culture since she was young. She grew up on television and she is a few of those celebrities who speak their home languages when presenting.
The legendary actress shared a video dancing while wearing Setswana traditional attire.
Dr Thomas chauke posed with his wives Shinyori Sisters at the South African Music Awards. The women were wearing a traditional attire called Xibelani. This is also what the women wear when they sing with their husband.
The gospel singer is also a fashion designer and she is has designed a lot of outfits using the Sepedi colors and cloths.
Dr Esther Mahlangu
Dr Esther is a Ndebele nation artist known for her bold large-scale contemporary paintings that reference her Ndebele Heritage. Esther has been honored and received awards all over the world and she wears her traditional attire when she goes to those places.
The actor is a Zulu proud man and on this picture he is wearing Ibheshu, Isicoco, imbhata and Umqhele.
The singer released a music video wearing her Xhosa traditional attire.
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