Multiple marriages are commonplace in Zulu culture. These women wear the traditional hat of a married woman.

Multiple marriages are commonplace in Zulu culture. These women wear the traditional hat of a married woman.

SA president Jacob Zuma is proud of his Zulu heritage

President Jacob Zuma with several people in traditional regalia (January

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Amasi (soured milk) is a traditional Zulu staple.

iconic sour milk packaging from South Africa. Couldn't acquire the taste for it, myself! But, super healthy.

Zulu beadwork is not just decorative: the intricate patterns and colours tell a story and indicate the wearer's status.

Zulu beadwork is not just decorative: the intricate patterns and colours tell a story and indicate the wearer's status.

Young Zulu girl wearing traditional beadwork.

Young Zulu girl wearing traditional beadwork.


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Traditional Ethnic Arts, Huichol Indian

huichol masks My dad used to have one of these masks.

Murle woman near Boma, South Sudan

Murle Woman with traditional beads

Traditional leg beadwork, Comarca De Kuna Yala, San Blas Islands, Panama

Traditional leg beadwork, Comarca De Kuna Yala, San Blas Islands, Panama

Iintsimbi zesiXhosa at SANG    'Iintsimbi zesiXhosa' , an exhibition of glass beadwork, is on loan to the National Gallery from Switzerland for three months. This extensive collection of traditional, contemporary, ornamental and functional beadwork, created by South African women and collected by Margaret Holdsworth during the 1970s, was recently acquired by Zurich's Volkerkunde Museum.

Iintsimbi zesiXhosa at SANG 'Iintsimbi zesiXhosa' , an exhibition of glass beadwork, is on loan to the National Gallery from Switzerland for three months. This extensive collection of traditional, contemporary, ornamental and functional beadwork, created by South African women and collected by Margaret Holdsworth during the 1970s, was recently acquired by Zurich's Volkerkunde Museum.

Pedi Living Culture Route

The Pedi Living Culture Route in the Tjate Valley

Traditional Zulu beadwork on salt and pepper grinders.

Traditional Zulu beadwork on salt and pepper grinders.

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