Ugu South Coast Tourism - The Maiden Ceremony a Zulu Tradition Photo: Supplied by the Southern Explorer
Ugu South Coast Tourism - The Maiden Ceremony a Zulu Tradition Photo: Supplied by the Southern Explorer



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Ugu South Coast Tourism - The Maiden Ceremony a Zulu Tradition

2016-06-15

The Maiden Ceremony is a traditional Zulu event that takes place annually, woman participate in the traditional dance of the maidens to celebrate their purity. The week before the ceremony the young ladies are kept in separate rooms, where they will stay inside until the day of the ceremony. While tucked away from society the elder woman from the community council the young maidens on values and etiquette pertaining to their culture and becoming of age.

This practice is still strongly believed in and the girls dress in traditional wear with beads, before the ceremony the girls sing from inside the homestead as a sig to show that the young lady is still under her parents supervision and guidance, after the ceremony the community get together for a feast of meats and traditional Zulu beer.

Delve into the Zulu culture and experience a rare look into this Zulu tradition by joining us on the 2nd July 2016 at KwaNyuswa.

For more information please contact Mandla on thembelatours@yahoo.com

Submitted by: Nikki Tilley, Marketing and Events, Ugu South Coast Tourism marketing@tourismsouthcoast.co.za

Photo: Supplied by the Southern Explorer




Ugu South Coast Tourism - The Maiden Ceremony a Zulu Tradition

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