21 September 2012 11:55 | By Poelano Malema
The Rainbow Nation In Its Diversity


Mopedi woman (© Gallo Images)
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  • Basotho (© Gallo Images)
  • Ndebele woman (© Gallo Images)
  • Mopedi woman (© Gallo Images)
  • Shangaan dancer (© Gallo Images)
  • Swati girls during the reed dance (© Gallo Images)
  • Tswana lady (© Gallo Images)
  • Afrikaner man (© Gallo Images)
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A lot of Sepedi speaking people are found in Limpopo and they are referred to as the Bapedi.

In the Bapedi culture the chief wears clothes made out of wild animal skin such as Leopard and Lion to show leadership.

The kings in the Pedi culture are chosen from the ruling house which is called moshate.


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