The Zulu african tribe.
The Zulu are the largest ethnic group in South Africa. They are located in the Natal Province in South Africa with a population of three million. Some neighboring peoples to the Zulu are Sotho, Tswana, and the San. The Zulu speak the language of Kwazulu or Nguni.
They are best known for their bright beautifully colorful beadwork and basketry. Other small carvings and some figural sculpture have been accredited to them. The Zulu architecture is complex and their dress is brightly colored clothes, which consist of beadwork. Young women's clothing is bright and very revealing. Older women's…
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