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nomkhubulwane
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Nomkhubulwane Goddess

Nomkhubulwane is a mother of all things, the rain goddess , the source of fertility,  abundance of life . In this series the goddesses focus on the effects of covid , value of land for the people and the future of their children. (Visited 792 times, 15 visits today)+157-1
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Umkhosi Womhlanga Reed Dance
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Umkhosi Womhlanga Reed Dance

Umkhosi Womhlanga – Reed Dance is an annual event that is attended by various African Goddesses from all kingdoms, the gathering is a sisterhood meeting to share , talk, dance, inspire and empower one another through music and dance.   (Visited 1199 times, 3 visits today)+197-1
umemulo-royal-goddeses
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Umemulo ka Lethiwe Zulu

Making her parents proud is what drives her ambition. She is a royal blood and so is her ceremony. In this episode learn more about the traditional Zulu  imizi made out of green grass, which is only worn by royals goddesses on celebrating Umemulo. (Visited 1727 times, 1 visits today)+675-6
hlanzekile Buthelezi
Hlanzekile Buthelezi
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Hlanzekile Buthelezi

Hlanzekile Buthelezi is an Afrikan Goddess who loves and follows her herritage, enjoy and feel the experience and the surrounding as she prepares for her celebration on this special day of uMemulo . She also has a surprise visit by the Xhosa Goddesses. (Visited 3312 times, 3 visits today)+1111-9
UMGUBELO
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Umgubelo

Umgubelo – During the time of harvest, the xhosa nation prepares and enjoys a traditional meal Umgubelo. In this episode, Zulu white girl learns how to prepare this indigenous delicious meal. (Visited 3074 times, 8 visits today)+1575-8
buganu
Buganu Ceremony _Season 1
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Buganu Ceremony _Season 1

Buganu Ceremony is a celebration of the harvest of Marula fruit. The Swazis are united in song and dance during this festival, particularly woman who are the brewers of the marula beer ‘Buganu’. (Visited 1991 times, 1 visits today)+160-11
UKHULISWA
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Ukhuliswa Kwentombi

Ukhuliswa Kwe Ntombi nto – Coming from a royal family means a different way of celebrating. Wearing a grass costume signifies royalty and purity and it is of greater much importance to the African Goddesses. (Visited 4564 times, 2 visits today)+671-6
BAKHOLOKOE
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Bakholokoe

Bakholokoe – Celebrates the restoration of its Basotho nation through following its traditional customs, the event is attended by various chiefdom and kingdoms, including the Matebeleland King Mzilikazi II from Zimbabwe. (Visited 4761 times, 1 visits today)+529-9
KANYO
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Kanyo

Kanyo is a vibrant 16 year old Goddess, watch as she prepares for her special coming of age ceremony marking her purity. (Visited 4726 times, 2 visits today)+322-9
Umqombothi-part-3
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Umqombothi part 3of3

Umqombothi – Is a traditional African beer, made from sorghum and mealie meal. I this 3rd episode, its the day of the celebration, the goat is slaughtered, the guests are served, Magic happens in the end as it rains to show that the ancestors are happy. (Visited 4139 times, 3 visits today)+3379-7 Umqombothi loved it […]