Non-Western Historical Fashion
Young Matron’s Dress Physical Description: Cloth, leather, beads, metal, rubber on mount, from crown of hat to bottom of skirt: 5 ft. 3 in. (160 cm) on moun Creator: Mfengu people Cape Town, South...
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Sangoma fine-art-print traditional healer, cape town, townships, Peter Frank, photographer, Zulu, African Shamanism | Peter Frank Gallery | %description%
Sangoma fine-art-print, south-africa, Xhosa, traditional healer, cape town, townships, Peter Frank, photographer, Zulu, African Shamanism
The Futuristic Dress of South Africa’s Xhosa People
South Africa's Xhosa people are known for their intricate bead work. The heavy use of lines, angularity and the color white in their dress gives it a look that is both traditional and futuristic. W…
Skirt (Isikhakha or Umbhaco) | Xhosa or Mfengu peoples | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Date: 20th century. Geography: South Africa. Culture: Xhosa or Mfengu peoples. Medium: Cotton, wool, glass beads, shell buttons, ochre pigment. Dimensions: ...
Día de la mujer en Sudáfrica: 60 años de marcha en la lucha antiapartheid. - El Muni
Sudáfrica festeja en particular los éxitos de las mujeres en la lucha por una sociedad libre de todas las formas de exclusión. Pretoria, 9 ago 2016. Con actos previstos en todo el país, Sudáfrica celebra el Día de la Mujer, al cumplirse hoy 60 años de...
The Xhosa are part of the South African Nguni migration which slowly moved south from the region around the Great Lakes, displacing the original Khoisan hunter gatherers of Southern Africa. Xhosa peoples were well established by the time of the Dutch arrival in the mid-17th century, and occupied much of eastern South Africa from the Fish River to land inhabited by Zulu-speakers south of the modern city of Durban