Africa BaPedi

Pedi - Northern Sotho, South Africa - Religion: "Phasa" worshiping ancestors and gods. Pedi are the second largest group in this country. In the past the largest part of population of the tribe was involved in herding and farming. Many men moved to cities in search of employment. They work as migrant workers. Some Pedi turned to "Christianity". Language: Sotho
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a Pedi bride Known as the Bapedi tribe, they are "one" of a number of North Sotho tribes.

a Pedi bride Known as the Bapedi tribe, they are "one" of a number of North Sotho tribes.

BAPEDI/NORTHERN SOTHO

"I am an African, I am the grandchild of the warrior men and women that Hintsa and Sekhukhune led, the patriots that Cetswayo and Mphephu to.

#Bantu people of Africa BaPedi

"I am an African, I am the grandchild of the warrior men and women that Hintsa and Sekhukhune led, the patriots that Cetswayo and Mphephu to.

G. F. Williams Studio photograph of two women South Africa, c. 1870s Carte de visite (postcard)

G. F. Williams Studio photograph of two women ...

Africa, Two women, wearing South Nguni breast-covers. Studio Photograph ~ collection of Michael Graham-Stewart and Michael Stevenson

Pedi  warrior ca 1860

Pedi warrior ca 1860

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He fought two wars: first successfully in 1876 against the ZAR and their Swazi allies, then unsuccessfully against the British and Swazi in 1879 during the Sekukuni Sekukuni was held until 1881 in Pretoria, then assassinated by a notable rival in

BaPedi culture

BaPedi culture

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