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Mandla Mandela, eldest grandson of former President Nelson Mandela, and his bride Tando Mabunu, marry in traditional Xhosa cultural style at the remote rural Mandela farm.

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Ndebele woman of South Africa in traditional attire

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Africa: the Pedi people, neighbors and relatives of the Ndebele, are renowned for their beadwork and have inspired the designs of the Ndebele women. African Life, African Culture, African Art, African Beauty, African Fashion, African Tribes, Costume, People Of The World, Tribal Art

photography by Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher

Africa | Pedi Queens; the Pedi people, neighbours and relatives of the Ndebele, are renowned for their beadwork and have inspired the designs of the Ndebele women. South Africa, 1994. | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher. Publication "African Ceremonies"

WITHIN the Zulu culture of Jacob Zuma, the newly elected president of the African National Congress, few moments in a man's life are more celebrated when he takes a wife - even if he already has others.

Serial bridegroom Zuma

WITHIN the Zulu culture of Jacob Zuma, the newly elected president of the African National Congress, few moments in a man's life are more celebrated when he takes a wife - even if he already has others. - Sydney Morning Herald Online

Kgosi Sekwati Mampuru was a local chief during the century and his kraal was on the banks of the Apies River. He was a revolutionary figure who fiercely resisted colonial rule

King Sekhukhune of the Marota (BaPedi) People