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Free Powerpoint Templates Traditional Xhosa Culture
Free Powerpoint Templates Most Xhosa people situated in Eastern Cape One of South Africa’s 11 official languages 18% of SA population → 7.9 million speakers Background
This may be because of the many clicks which others are unfamiliar with. isiXhosa is one of the Nguni languages. “Xhosa” comes from the Khoisan word meaning “angry men”.
amaXhosa → the ethnic group isiXhosa → the language spoken kwaXhosa → the land of the Xhosa people
C → Dental Click Q → Alveolar Click X → Lateral Click The Clicks
Names Express feelings, emotions or a wish. Name given to a child is what he/she is expected to portray. Clan name specifies the village where one comes from.
Dress Code Men wear hats and sit outside Women wear dresses and a “doekie” on their heads Can anyone find appropriate pics for this please
Umxhentso 7 types of traditional dance Different for men, women, boys & girls
Remember… This is a generalisation Not all Xhosa people partake in all these traditions
Thank You Enkosi
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