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Holidays in South Africa :)

This is the traditional way to dress up for any but gathering.

Boy of the Arbore Tribe

Boy of the Arbore Tribe / 2009 The Arbore tribe is a small tribe that lives in the southwest region of the Omo Valley. They have ancestral and cultural links to the Konso people and perform many ritual dances while singing. Arbore people are pastoralists (livestock farmers). They believe that their singing and dancing eliminates negative energy and with the negative energy gone, the tribe will prosper. Ar means bull and bore land - the land of the bulls...

Coconut ice. Does not require cooking and only includes 3 ingredients. Coconut flakes, Sugar and water. In South Africa they wouldn't usually have the pink in it because it would need food colouring and thats usually not easy to get for them. Thos dish is popular for a new years snack!! Really easy to make and they can make a lot at one time!

Coconut ice. Does not require cooking and only includes 3 ingredients. Coconut flakes, Sugar and water. In South Africa they wouldn't usually have the pink in it because it would need food colouring and thats usually not easy to get for them. Thos dish is popular for a new years snack!! Really easy to make and they can make a lot at one time!

South African tribe doing their ritual dance on Christmas day!

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South African tribe doing their ritual dance on Christmas day!

Ajua, Samburu Board Game that the people of South Africa love to play during New years! Very popular because really anyone can make the game!

Ajua, Samburu Board Game

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Holiday called "Rain Queen" Celebrated in January. This woman was the Queen of South Africa and unfortunately passed away in 2003.

Makobo Modjadji

Holiday called "Rain Queen" Celebrated in January. This woman was the Queen of South Africa and unfortunately passed away in 2003.

This picture is all the village children all dressed up for christmas! After gathering they go to a church service then come back to have a big christmas dinner.

This picture is all the village children all dressed up for christmas! After gathering they go to a church service then come back to have a big christmas dinner.