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Sianga comprou-me com lobolo
, que e uma cerimonia solene mas um negocio porque se faz com valores e dinheiro vivo.
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When he designed the Lobolo
Ecolodge in Lake Turkana, Kenya, Mehta consulted with the locals.
So although the payment of lobolo
in Joao's case was agreed at the station, it had to be overseen by the chief.
These days a debased form of ukuthwala is rife in the Eastern Cape, with schoolgirls as young as 12 being kidnapped by older, often HIV-infected men, raped, kept captive as wives, and lobolo
paid to their families in compensation for the child.
Desiderato de uma relacao de mais trinta anos com a sociedade mocambicana, uma relacao, convem dizer, baseada no envolvimento pessoal com os problemas e as lutas das mulheres mocambicanas, o livro documento tanto a propria trajetoria de descolonizacao conceitual da autora quanto as mudancas no cenario politico mocambicano, resultantes da transicao entre o periodo socialista, marcado pelos slogans "abaixo" (ao tribalismo, a poligamia, ao feudalismo, aos curandeiros, ao lobolo
, aos ritos de iniciacao], com sua sanha por modernizacao e racionalizacao da sociedade, ate o presente periodo neoliberal, marcado pelo programa de reestruturacao economica, ou "structural adjustment", imposto pelo Banco Mundial no anos 1990.
The exchange of lobolo
, or bride price, is supposed to be a long, formal process intricately knitting two families, but in this case the deal was swift, and Nonkululeko's grandmother, who opposed the match, was ignored.
En general, on assiste plutot a une volonte de faire evoluer le droit coutumier de maniere autonome, par exemple en permettant que le lobolo
(55) soit negocie par la mere de l'epouse et verse a celle-ci plutot qu'au pere.
In effect, the lobolo
(or lowola) as the payment of cattle among the Bantu enabled the bridegroom to remove the bride from the village of her kin to the village of his own family and to recompense the bride's parents for the loss of her service.
If, during this process, the spouses' relationship is called into question it can be proved only by reference to the performance of wedding rituals, payment of lobolo
and evidence given by members of the community.