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Brides holiday in the Kingdom of Swaziland Reed Dance ceremony Umhlanga
 
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Top 7 African countries with nightlife http://travelvideophoto.com/africa-nightlife The most dangerous countries in Africa TOP 10 http://travelvideophoto.com/the-most-dangerous-countries-in-africa In this video, the girls go to the stadium where they will perform traditional dances in front of the audience and the king. If you liked the video and YOU want to HELP develop the channel https://streamlabs.com/worldlive1 PayPal / email: [email protected] Umhlanga or Reed Dance ceremony, is an annual Swazi and Zulu event. In Swaziland, tens of thousands of unmarried and childless Swazi girls and women travel from the various chiefdoms to the Ludzidzini Royal Village to participate in the eight-day event. Umhlanga Festival Swaziland Africa
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Swaziland culture and people - Reed dance ceremony
 
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The reed dance attracts young maidens and young men from across the Kingdom and foresters the unity of clans which characterizes the modern Swaziland as devoid of tribal differences. Like ✔ Comment ✔ Share ✔ Subscribe ✔ Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWnx2slOv7OXZdbOraonNpw?sub_confirmation=1
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Thousands of maidens attend the annual Reed Dance
 
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Princess Cebolenkosi, daughter of the amaZulu King Goodwill Zwelithini has presented her reed to the Zulu King. She led thousands of maidens who are participating in the annual Reed Dance at the eNyokeni Royal Palace in Nongoma in northern KwaZulu-Natal. Maidens from different parts of KwaZulu-Natal Mpumalanga province, Gauteng and Swaziland have braved the cold and rainy conditions to be a part of the gathering. For more on this we earlier spoke to our reporter on the ground, Sibongakonke Mbatha. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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32nd annual reed dance is underway
 
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The 32nd annual reed dance is currently under way at the Enyokeni palace in KwaNongoma, north of KwaZulu-Natal. Thousands of maidens have gathered there to participate in the traditional ritual. The maidens will carry reeds they have gathered and present them before his Majesty Zulu King, Goodwill Zwelithini. The King will deliver the keynote address to the maidens later today. Our correspondent, Sbonga-konke Mbatha, is there ... - For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Swaziland’s Reed Dance || Respect full Dance
 
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Swaziland’s Reed Dance || Respect full Dance cultural program please dont misunderstood Thousands of unmarried Zulu/Swazi girls and women travel from their villages to participate in this event. The girls wear traditional attire including beadwork and colorful sashes. As part of the ceremony, the young women dance for their king, and each carries a long reed, which they then deposit as they approach the king...
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Swazi Girls Traditional Dance
 
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2018 Umhlanga Reed Dance
 
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The Umhlanga Reed Dance is a traditional dance and ceremony where up to 40 000 Swazi maidens gather and dance for the Queen Mother. This Swazi cultural event is performed as a tribute to the Royal Family and dates back centuries in time. Taking place over a week, normally the last in August, it is largely private, however its final two public days (normally a Sunday and Monday) are a spectacle that is unrivalled in Africa today. Thousands upon thousands of maidens dress up in brightly coloured attire and sing, dance together as they deliver the reed or umlanga to the Royal Residence. Their enjoyment of this ceremony is quite apparent as they use the opportunity of bonding with girls of similar ages from across the country.
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Best Zulu And Swazi Reed Dance EVER
 
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Umhlanga, or Reed Dance Ceremony, is an annual Swazi and Zulu cultural event. In Swaziland, tens of thousands of unmarried and childless Swazi girls and women travel from the various chiefdoms to the Ludzidzini Royal Village to participate in the eight-day event. The young, unmarried girls were placed in female age-regiments; girls who had fallen pregnant outside wedlock had their families fined a cow. Umhlanga was created in the 1940s in Swaziland under the rule of Sobhuza II, and is an adaptation of the much older Umcwasho ceremony. The reed dance continues to be practiced today in Swaziland. In South Africa, the reed dance was introduced in 1991 by Goodwill Zwelithini, the current King of the Zulus. The dance in South Africa takes place in Nongoma, a royal kraal of the Zulu king. Music by the Mowana Rithem Band with permission.
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Buhle Betfu || Umhlanga Reed Dance 2018
 
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The Umhlanga Reed Dance is a traditional dance and ceremony where up to 40 000 Swazi maidens gather and dance for the Queen Mother. This Swazi cultural event is performed as a tribute to the Royal Family and dates back centuries in time. Taking place over a week, normally the last in August, it is largely private, however its final two public days (normally a Sunday and Monday) are a spectacle that is unrivalled in Africa today. Thousands upon thousands of maidens dress up in brightly coloured attire and sing, dance together as they deliver the reed or umlanga to the Royal Residence. Their enjoyment of this ceremony is quite apparent as they use the opportunity of bonding with girls of similar ages from across the country.
Views: 12637 Buhle Betfu
Virgin Schools In South Africa p2of3
 
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Amatshitshi/Virgins, these beautiful young and pure woman, spend most of there time singing, dancing and empowering each other. Film Africa TV http://www.filmafrica.tv http://www.watch.filmafrica.tv http://facebook.com/filmafricatv
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A celebration of Swazi culture
 
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Umhlanga or Reed Dace usually takes place in late August or early September in Swaziland. The maidens pay respect to the Queen Mother. At the ceremony the girls wear short beaded skirts with ankle bracelets and jewellery with colorful sashes. The women sing and dance as they parade in front of the royal family as well as a crowd of spectators, tourists and foreign dignitaries. After the parade, groups from select villages take to the center of the field and put on a special performance for the crowd. The King's many daughters also participate in the Umhlanga ceremony and are distinguished by the crown of red feathers in their hair. Usually the king chooses his wife at the reed dance ceremony from among the participants. Like ✔ Comment ✔ Share ✔ Subscribe ✔ See More : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd25mFM3ptysrYeNCouI0Yw?sub_confirmation=1
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UMHLANGA REED DANCE 2018, Swaziland #Umhlanga
 
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Do YOU want to have this EXACT experience? Please check out our website https://globalpeoplewatching.com for the full step to step guide. Thank you Floris Langendam for being adventurous and joining me through this unforgettable bucket list experience, and catching another angle of the craziness! #Umhlanga #UmhlangaReedDance #Reeddance #Swaziland #King #eSwatini MUSIC: Leavv- Ambedo ft. (Tusken) Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/leavv Bandcamp: https://leavv.bandcamp.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tuskenbeats/?hl=en Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/tusken_ibk Bandcamp: https://tuskendot.bandcamp.com/ Once a year the King of Swaziland may choose a new wife during the Umhlanga Reed Ceremony. About 40,000 childless Swazi Maidens participate in the 8 day festival. The Reed Dance is meant to limit HIV transmission by motivating young Zulu girls to postpone sexual interactions until marriage. While it is controversial it also allows girls from rural villages to travel, bonds the nation, and celebrates chastity SUSCRIBE: https://tinyurl.com/yc37vt94 +Instagram: https://instagram.com/globalpeoplewatching +Website: http://globalpeoplewatching.com/ +Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/GlobalPeopleWatching/?ref=br_rs
Swaziland traditional dance
 
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Young Swati boy dancing Swazi traditional dance during traditional wedding kaMasimula family at Mafutseni, Manzini, Swaziland on the 30th of November 2013. enjoy this...
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Reed Dance Ceremony in Swaziland
 
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Reed Dance Ceremony in Swaziland ►Subscribe and click the bell to enable notifications for my new videos: http://bit.ly/DBH-SUB ►Read the blog: http://davidsbeenhere.com/category/blog/ The reed dance is a tradition dating back to the 1940s, during which tens of thousands of unmarried women from around Swaziland gather to participate in an 8-day event at the Queen Mother’s Royal Residence. As part of the tradition, the girls cut reeds and carry them back to the Royal Residence where they are used as windbreakers for the perimeter. The seventh day of the Reed Dance is a national holiday and is when King Mswati the Third participates. On this special day, the arena is filled with thousands of spectators who come to see the girls dancing and saluting the Queen Mother. The King's many daughters and royal princesses also participate in the reed dance ceremony and are distinguished by the crown of red feathers they wear in their hair. His Majesty can be seen making his rounds to salute the girls as they cheer him on. Some years, the King selects a wife to join his family growing. Currently he has 15 wives. His father before him had 70. The Reed Dance is undeniable one of Africa’s most fascinating cultural events. ☆ CONTACT ☆ ↠ Business: [email protected] ↠ Questions: https://www.twitter.com/davidsbeenhere ☆ Equipment Used ☆ ↠ Main Camera - http://amzn.to/2nZLPvS ↠ Main Lens - http://amzn.to/2nxLZ1g ↠ Second Lens - http://amzn.to/2o06hN1 ↠ Tripods: http://amzn.to/2oqmBKb ↠ SD Cards: http://amzn.to/2oqsYgf ↠ LaCie Rugged Hard Drive: https://alexa.design/2oZDTf0 ↠ Rent Cameras and Lenses: http://bit.ly/BL-DBH ☆ T-shirts available now ☆ ↠ http://bit.ly/DBH-Shop SOCIAL MEDIA: Snapchat: @davidsbeenhere Instagram: https://instagram.com/davidsbeenhere Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidsbeenhere1 Blog: http://davidsbeenhere.com/category/blog/
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Swazi cultural event - Reed Dance ceremony
 
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Umkhosi Womhlanga, or Reed Dance ceremony, is an annual Zulu and Swazi tradition held in the first weekend of September. Thousands of unmarried Zulu/Swazi girls and women travel from their villages to participate in this event. The girls wear traditional attire including beadwork and colorful sashes. As part of the ceremony, the young women dance for their king, and each carries a long reed, which they then deposit as they approach the king... Like ✔ Comment ✔ Share ✔ Subscribe ✔ See More : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp8wRo8BnC9WuTA9Yhr9JzA?sub_confirmation=1
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Dance festival in Africa - Reed dance ceremony
 
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Tens of thousands of unmarried Swazi girls and women travel from their villages and gather at the Queen Mothers royal village in Ludzidzini each year to participate in the eight day Umhlanga or Reed Dance ceremony. After arriving at the Queen Mothers royal residence the women disperse the following night to surrounding areas and cut tall reeds. The night after they cut the reeds they bundle them together and bring them back to the Queen Mother to be used in repairing holes in the reed windscreen surrounding the royal village.
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Traditional Swazi women singing and dancing
 
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Watch the impressive dance of swazi women and feel the authentic ethnic song. Swazi cultural village, kingdow of Swaziland.
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Zulu And Swazi NAKED Virgin Girls Dance For Their King
 
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The Reed Dance ceremony, is an annual Swazi and Zulu tradition held in August or September. In Swaziland, tens of thousands of unmarried and childless . The Reed Dance ceremony, is an annual Swazi and Zulu tradition held in August or September. In Swaziland, tens of thousands of unmarried and childless . The Reed Dance ceremony, is an annual Swazi and Zulu tradition held in August or September. In Swaziland, tens of thousands of unmarried and childless . Zulu and Swazi girls dance for their king brazillian wax,Penis (Anatomical Structure),Erection (Film Subject),Wax (Visual Art Medium),Male (Risk Factor),Health .
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Swazi tradition and culture - Reed dance ceremony
 
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Umhlanga or Reed Dace usually takes place in late August or early September in Swaziland. The maidens pay respect to the Queen Mother. At the ceremony the girls wear short beaded skirts with ankle bracelets and jewellery with colorful sashes. The women sing and dance as they parade in front of the royal family as well as a crowd of spectators, tourists and foreign dignitaries. After the parade, groups from select villages take to the center of the field and put on a special performance for the crowd. The King's many daughters also participate in the Umhlanga ceremony and are distinguished by the crown of red feathers in their hair. Usually the king chooses his wife at the reed dance ceremony from among the participants. Swaziland king wife selection 2017.
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Umhlanga/Reed Dance 2016 Swaziland Vlog| Swazi in South Africa YouTuber| 05 Sept 2016
 
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Description Hey Gabsters I hope you enjoy my day out and about getting schooled on my Swazi culture. I will definitely bring a tripod next time. Sorry if its too shaky. So all the groups of maidens are representatives of the different chieftaincies and institutions such as (police, defense Force & Correctional Services) for the institutions it would be maidens whose parents are working in. The maidens are called Imbali = Flower Music Traditional Swazi Songs Del - Happy House http://bit.ly/1P8C1q0 https://youtu.be/g8qxGF1M8h8 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heygabstersd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/heygabster_sd My Email: [email protected]
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Swaziland Reed Dance
 
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"In Swaziland, girls begin the rite by gathering at the Queen Mother's royal village, which currently is Ludzidzini Royal Village.[1] After arriving at the Queen Mother's royal residence, the women disperse the following night to surrounding areas and cut tall reeds. The following night, they bundle the reeds together and bring them back to the Queen Mother to be used in repairing holes in the reed windscreen surrounding the royal village. After a day of rest and washing, the women prepare their traditional costumes consisting of a bead necklace, rattling anklets made from cocoons, a sash, and skirt. Many of them carry the bush knives, which they had earlier used to cut the reeds, as symbols of their virginity. The women sing and dance as they parade in front of the royal family as well as a crowd of dignitaries, spectators, and tourists. After the parade, groups from select villages take to the centre of the field and put on a special performance for the crowd. The King's many daughters and royal princesses also participate in the reed dance ceremony and are distinguished by the crown of red feathers they wear in their hair. The present form of the Reed Dance developed in the 1940s from the Umcwasho custom, where young girls were placed in age regiments to ensure their virginity.[13] Once they had reached marriageable age, they would perform labour for the Queen Mother followed by dancing and a feast. The official purpose of the annual ceremony is to preserve the women's chastity, provide tribute labour for the Queen Mother, and produce solidarity among the women through working together. It's not done in a distasteful or sexual way... As Africans this is cultural pride."
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Swaziland’s Reed Dance
 
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Umkhosi Womhlanga, or Reed Dance ceremony, is an annual Zulu and Swazi tradition held in the first weekend of September. Thousands of unmarried Zulu/Swazi girls and women travel from their villages to participate in this event. The girls wear traditional attire including beadwork and colorful sashes. As part of the ceremony, the young women dance for their king, and each carries a long reed, which they then deposit as they approach the king... Like ✔ Comment ✔ Share ✔ Subscribe ✔ See More : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp8wRo8BnC9WuTA9Yhr9JzA?sub_confirmation=1
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Swazi Dance
 
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Performance at Swaziland Cultural Village
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Zulu And Swazi Girls Reed Dance For Kings.
 
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Zehabesha Tube Zulu And Swazi Girls Reed Dance For Kings.
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Buhle Betfu SO3EO1 Swaziland’s biggest cultural event #Umhlanga
 
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It's #Buhle_Betfu time and we start things off with the Swaziland’s biggest cultural event #Umhlanga, This ceremony is an amazing spectacle and a centuries-old tradition where the Kingdom’s unmarried and childless females present their newly cut reed to the Queen Mother to protect her residence.
Views: 827362 Buhle Betfu
Traditional Swazi dance ceremony
 
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The Swazis are a proud but peaceful people with happy, easy going, and often humorous personalities. Old Swazi traditions are carefully guarded and colourful ceremonies regularly take place to mark special occasions. Traditional dances and ceremonies are the distinctive features of the Swazi culture. They bring the nation together and make it to be one big family. These features are also attractive to international tourist... Thanks for watching. Please like and subscribe.
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Swaziland Reed Dance  2016
 
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A short clip of this years Reed Dance. It's a cultural festival where young maidens from two years up present reeds to the King and dance for him. Its a celebration of the joy of being a girl in Swazi culture or perhaps 'Girl Power' .
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Swaziland’s Reed Dance || Respect full Dance
 
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Swaziland’s Reed Dance || Respect full Dance Thousands of unmarried Zulu/Swazi girls and women travel from their villages to participate in this event. The girls wear traditional attire including beadwork and colorful sashes. As part of the ceremony, the young women dance for their king, and each carries a long reed, which they then deposit as they approach the king...
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In Swaziland, the "reed dance" honors young girls
 
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Thousands of maidens gather by the royal residence in Swaziland to perform the traditional "reed dance" in front of the royal family and visitors.
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African Traditional Dancing Ceremony
 
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Umkhosi Womhlanga, or Reed Dance ceremony, is an annual Zulu and Swazi tradition held in the first weekend of September. Thousands of unmarried Zulu/Swazi girls and women travel from their villages to participate in this event. The girls wear traditional attire including beadwork and colorful sashes. As part of the ceremony, the young women dance for their king, and each carries a long reed, which they then deposit as they approach the king... Like ✔ Comment ✔ Share ✔ Subscribe ✔ See More : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp8wRo8BnC9WuTA9Yhr9JzA?sub_confirmation=1
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SWAZILAND YOUNG GIRLS FOR REED DANCE THIS YEAR
 
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Miss. Cultural Heritage joined other young girls to cut the reed in preparation for the reed dance.
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Reed Dance Ceremony  (Umhlanga)  _# 8-13
 
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Reed Dance Ceremony (Umhlanga) A stunning and very colorful annual ceremony that shows an interesting side of the culture of the people of Swaziland; The Reed Dance Ceremony (Umhlanga) is where thousands of Swazi maidens gather reeds, wear traditional clothes, journey to Royal Kraal and perform to pay tribute to the Queen Mother. The only Swazi maidens who are allowed to join the ceremony are those who are childless and unwed. The ceremony usually happens late August or early September. This is the time when shifting of seasons happen and reeds are maturing, making it a perfect time for harvesting; it lasts around eight days. The days of the Umhlanga Reed Dance are chosen based on the cycle of the moon. It cannot be specifically chosen based on the calendar. Once the moon cycle has been assessed, the exact dates for the ceremony are then broadcasted through public radio, which is done by the maidens’ captain (indvuna yetintfombi). She is selected through Royal Appointment based on her expertise of the dance and her knowledge of the national royal protocol. The indvuna yetintfombi will be the one to guide the other maidens along with one princess as they begin on day one of the ceremony. The ceremony has three main goals. First, uphold a woman’s virginity. It’s a way to encourage Swazi Maidens to abstain from any intimate relations until they are in the rightful age for marriage. Second is to honor the Queen Mother. The gathered and cut reeds by the Swazi Maidens will be brought to the Royal Residence used as windbreakers. Lastly, this ceremony becomes an opportunity for these women to form stronger bonds and unity amongst them. ...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN_g2J9OHVY&index=9&list=RDNA8pva0Xb94 ...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJVhWBWEGJI ...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NA8pva0Xb94
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Swazi Virgins Dance Traditional Zulu Wedding Dance
 
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rich zulu culture at it's best ....
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Traditional Swazi Dance (Girls) - Cabrini Ministries
 
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Some of the girls from Cabrini Ministries perform a traditional Swazi dance at the parents' meeting held in September 2012. Enjoy! / This was taped from a videocam I had during our mission experience - sorry, nothing too technical, but I hope this gives you an insight into some traditional dance from this African culture. / www.cabriniministries.org
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Swazi maidens in Reed dance ceremony part1
 
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Umkhosi Womhlanga, or Reed Dance ceremony, is an annual Zulu and Swazi tradition held in the first weekend of September. Thousands of unmarried Zulu/Swazi girls and women travel from their villages to participate in this event. The girls wear traditional attire including beadwork and colorful sashes. As part of the ceremony, the young women dance for their king, and each carries a long reed, which they then deposit as they approach the king... Like ✔ Comment ✔ Share ✔ Subscribe ✔ See More : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp8wRo8BnC9WuTA9Yhr9JzA?sub_confirmation=1
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Umhlanga Reed Dance-3 Swaziland 2013
 
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2013 Reed Dance - Umhlanga Swaziland
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