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Mbali wore a traditional Zulu maiden outfit while her soon-to-be-hubby Black Coffee rocked a tan/beige suit.

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Venda wedding, Venda attire, traditional wear, South Africa, african print

Venda wedding, Venda attire, traditional wear, South Africa, african print

Coloured Wall  Lesedi, near Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo taken by Nico Conradie

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Instagram photo by @gloriamalatji via ink361.com

Instagram post by Gloria Malatji • Mar 15, 2015 at 1:53pm UTC

53 Likes, 13 Comments - Gloria Malatji (@gloriamalatji) on Instagram: “My culture, my tradition, my heritage, my pride. #Sepedi”

seems like she like a lot of triangular shapes

Melissa + Esther Mahlangu - Art and design inspiration from around the world - CreativeRoots

The Brasilian footwear brand Melissa collaborated with Esther Mahlangu. Found via shebreathes.com

African people and culture | Re: South African cultures and life styles

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I thought I will due to the fact that I have been accused of spreading only negative propaganda, start this thread which will concentrate on the facts of all the different cultures and lifestyles in South Africa. This way people who are not familiar with the different cultures can get to know them a little bit better. I will try to post a different culture each and every week, that is if I have the time available. The first culture I will write about is the Zulu culture. They are…

Sekukuni or Matsebe Sekhukhune, (1814–1882), the son of King Sekwati, was king of the Bapedi (or Marota) of Sekukuniland currently known as Phokwane village, in the present day Limpopo Province of South Africa. He became king upon his father's death in September 1861, married Legoadi IV in 1862 and lived at a mountain, now known as Thaba Ya Leolo,[1] which he fortified.

Sekukuni or Matsebe Sekhukhune, (1814–1882), the son of King Sekwati, was king of the Bapedi (or Marota) of Sekukuniland currently known as Phokwane village, in the present day Limpopo Province of South Africa. He became king upon his father's death in September 1861, married Legoadi IV in 1862 and lived at a mountain, now known as Thaba Ya Leolo,[1] which he fortified.

African Pedi - Ba Pedi - Bapedi Tribal Peoples

LADUMA NGXOKOLO shot by Gary Van Wyk for the 21 Icons initiative.

Season 3 | 21 Icons

LADUMA NGXOKOLO shot by Gary Van Wyk for the 21 Icons initiative.

African Pedi - Ba Pedi - Bapedi Tribal Peoples

The Pedi People - Google Search

The Pedi People - Google Search

G. T. Ferneyhough (attr.), Crewes & Van Laun (attr.), H. F. Gros (attr.), and unidentified photographers. 'Album page with photographs of Cetshwayo and his family, Chief Sekhukhune, and unidentified persons' South Africa, last third of the nineteenth century

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G. T. Ferneyhough (attr.), Crewes & Van Laun (attr.), H. F. Gros (attr.), and unidentified photographers. 'Album page with photographs of Cetshwayo and his family, Chief Sekhukhune, and unidentified persons' South Africa, last third of the nineteenth century