A woman from the Ndebele tribe in South Africa carries a traditional beer container.

A woman from the Ndebele tribe in South Africa carries a traditional beer container. She wears a big necklace and geometric light blue, standing in geometric architecture.

The Ndebele homeland lies close to Pretoria, South Africa. They are known for their painted houses, highly Colorful ornate costumes and unique culture. More on this post covering the highlights in and around Johannesburg and Pretoria: http://bbqboy.net/highlights-around-johannesburg-pretoria-south-africa/ #southafrica #Ndebele

Highlights in and around Johannesburg and Pretoria, South Africa

The Ndebele homeland lies close to Pretoria, South Africa. They are known for their painted houses, highly Colorful ornate costumes and unique culture. More on this post covering the highlights in and around Johannesburg and Pretoria

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Ndebele woman standing in front of a traditionally painted Ndebele home. South Africa

Africa Ndebele woman standing in front of a traditionally painted Ndebele home. South Africa Scan of photograph by Peter Magubane on page 96 of the publication "African Heritage ~ Arts Crafts"

Africa | The Ndebele are world famous for their colourful and geometric patterns painted on their houses. | © Anke Van Wyk

The Ndebele ART . the ndebele women do this beautiful art work! my Mom is from the Ndebele clan! it is absolutely beautiful

Africa | Image taken from the publication "Red Blanket Valley" by Joan Broster. Published 1967 || Red Blanket Valley is an eye-witness account of life on an isolated trading station in the Transkei, where for 14 years Joan Broster lived with her husband. Mention is made of the Amaqwathi, Baca, Basuto, Bomvana, Fingo, Gcaleka, Hlangwini, Hlubi, Pondo, Pondomise, Tembu and the Xesibe. It also offers a great introduction to the Xhosa and their beadwork.

Thembu couple and child wearing complete beadwork outfits. Image taken from the publication "Red Blanket Valley" by Joan Broster.

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People Xhosa woman in traditional dress Lesedi Cultural Village near Johannesburg South Africa Date: 16 04 2004 Ref: COMPULSORY CRE.

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