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Lobola, also known as "wedding wealth" in Zulu, Swazi, Xhosa, Silozi, and northern and southern Ndebele languages, and Mamalo in Tshivenda, is livestock property.

The payment is seen as a sign of the marriage between the bride's and groom's families. Lobola is a difficult and rigorous process governed by tight standards. The two families initially meet to discuss and negotiate an arrangement. These agreements are made in writing.

It's a symbol of the families' approval. Lobola begins the marriage process as a gesture of respect for the parents, but it is also a commitment on behalf of the spouse. Paying lobola demonstrates the bridegroom's dedication and is a real display of love, not just in words but in deeds.

"Let's aid our women out there," she says, emphasizing that women are not permitted to participate in lobola discussions. Furthermore, Tyamzashe emphasizes that lobola is a sign of thanks to the bride's family, not a transaction.

They conduct interviews, examine records, monitor suspects, and participate in raids and arrests. Detectives typically investigate serious crimes, such as assaults, robberies, and homicides. In large police departments, detectives usually specialize in investigating one type of crime, such as homicide or fraud.

This picture left people on Twitter in stitches after it was posted, and said when you're mother start ululating thinking that they came for lobola kanti they are detective.


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