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Ndebele woman -- South Africa

South Africa

A woman from the Ndebele tribe in South Africa carries a traditional beer container. 1/Jan/1983. UN Photo/P. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/

Africa | 3 Kambas with lids (pots) made by master weaver Alfred Ntuli, an inventive coil method wire weaver in South Africa.

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Africa | 3 Kambas with lids (pots) made by master weaver Alfred Ntuli, an inventive coil method wire weaver in South Africa.

Ndebele mothers of South Africa

Ndebele Tribe in South Africa

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South Africa

South Africa

A woman from the Ndebele tribe in South Africa wearing traditional attire and a Western-style hat. 1/Jan/1988. UN Photo/P. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/

South Africa

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South Africa

Africa | Beaded anklet from the Xhosa people of South Africa | ca. 1870 - 1930 | Skin, glass beads and plant fiber.

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Africa | Beaded anklet from the Xhosa people of South Africa | ca. 1870 - 1930 | Skin, glass beads and plant fiber.

Africa | Traditional firing of Isizulu ceramics in KwaZulu Natal ||  Ukufusa. Artist Peni Gumbi.

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Africa | Traditional firing of Isizulu ceramics in KwaZulu Natal || Ukufusa. Artist Peni Gumbi.

Africa |  Zulu Diviner (Zulu isAngoma), KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. | © South African Tourism

South Africa, Pictures from KwaZulu Natal: the Zulu

Pictures from KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, the Zulu, Zulu diviner, Zulu Sangoma, and Zulu dancers, images from KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.

Xhosa Women

Xhosa Women

Botswana baskets are made of the mokolwane palm (Hyphaene petersiana) which are cut and boiled in natural earth-tone colouring. Many traditional basket designs are representations of animals and of nature. The various basket designs which have been passed from generation to generation are associated with the nation’s traditional lifestyle.

Africa | by Nesta Nala. Zulu Beer Pot. South Africa

Nesta Nala & Clive Sithole | Contractor Quotes

Two South African Zulu potters Photo: Collection Axis Gallery/Gary van Wyk & Lisa Brittan, photo Gary van Wyk Nesta Nala (b. 1940) is an award-winning South African Zulu potter. Nala learnt how to make traditional Zulu beer pots from her mother Siphiwe, who was also a potter. She has in turn also taught her daughters Jabu, Zanele and Thembi... Read More

Xhosa Women

Xhosa Women