'Kruger Park Culture'

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Zulu cattle boy


Kruger Park Culture Information: Zulu people refer to themselves as ‘the people of the heavens’ and they are the largest ethnic group of South Africa, with an estimated 10 million Zulu residents
Shangaan village.

Shangaan Tsonga

Kruger Park Culture Information: The Shangaan tribe came into being when King Shaka of the Zulu, sent Soshangane (Manukosi) to conquer the Tsonga people in the area of present-day
Shangaan Village

Shangaan village

Kruger Park Culture Information: Just 5km from the small town of Hazyview, (on the R535 Graskop Road) midway between the Blyde River Canyon and the southern Kruger National Park, you will find Shangana. Shangana is a group of trad
Indian children play on the beach in Durban.


Kruger Park Culture Information: The Indians were relatively late arrivals in South Africa but their influence and contribution have played a great role in the history of this African country. Of the nearly one million Indians
Pedi traditional ritualised dance


Kruger Park Culture Information: The Sotho can be subdivided into three groups. The first group is the Northern Sotho also called Pedi and Bapedi
San Bushmen


Kruger Park Culture Information: For most of the past 100 000 years, South Africa has been inhabited by small, mobile groups of hunter-gatherers called the San (Bushmen). The San are
Xhosa Woman.


Kruger Park Culture Information: The Xhosa, also often called the Red Blanket People are of Nguni stock, like the Zulu. The name Xhosa is a generalised term for a diversity of proud clans
Venda Community at Leshiba Lodge.


Kruger Park Culture Information: During the 18th century, a group of people belonging to the Karanga-Rozvi tribe in present-day Zimbabwe, migrated south, crossing the Limpopo River. As
Ndebele women in traditional garb


Kruger Park Culture Information: Although the origins of the South African Ndebele are shrouded in mystery, they have been identified as one of the Nguni tribes. The Nguni tribes
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