Shangaan


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Shangaan

(ˈʃaŋɡɑːn)
n
(Peoples) a member of any of the Tsonga-speaking Bantu peoples settled in Mozambique and NE Transvaal, esp one who works in a gold mine
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The population of the area is primarily of Shangaan heritage, an ethnic group that lives in this area and across the border in Mozambique, though about one-third of the site's population consists of refugees of the Mozambican civil war and their descendants.
Steve Crawford with a beautiful sable taken with Shangaan Hunters.
A hodgepodge of ethnic tongues, such as Zulu, Xhosa, Tswana, Shangaan and others, it also includes some Afrikaans and a smattering of English.
Exchanging the Northern Hemisphere for the Southern in October 2003, independent narrative and immersion journalist Messitt relates the story of the Rooiboklaagte community (formerly Shangaan and Sotho homelands) less than a decade after the end of apartheid and South AfricaAEs first democratic election.
Owner Clive Stockil, who was awarded a Tusk Conservation Award T by Prince William is 2013, has served as a vital intermediary between the government and local Shangaan people, and has subsequently helped reduce poaching in the park by 85 per cent.
Owner Clive Stockil, who was awarded a Tusk Conservation Award by Prince William is 2013, has served as a vital intermediary between the government and local Shangaan people, and has subsequently helped reduce poaching in the park by 85 per cent.
Ambassador Agnes NyamandePitso of South Africa said African tribes such as the Venda, Xhosa, Zulu, Pedi, Shangaan bore similarities with their counterparts from the Philippines.
SOUTH AFRICAN group Shangaan Electro brightened the dismal skies outside the Library of Birmingham on Saturday with their infectious high-speed music and dance act.
And a similar way, the Shangaan people of South Africa call the classic striking of the foot against the ground 'Kutshongolo', and additionally, 'Ndlamu' is the name of another stamping dance performed in the mines which the Ndebele people of Zimbabwe call 'Ukuganda'.
Masenyani Mandhalele, 29, and nine other Shangaan tribesmen kidnapped John Chakabaya and forced him through the surgical procedure in a makeshift clinic in Chilonga, Shurugwi.
5) A Zimbabwean traditional war dance, 'muchongoyo' is practised among the Ndau and Shangaan groups of the Nguni followers who crossed from South Africa into eastern Zimbabwe during the 19th Mfecane.