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Dimensions: L:3.9in W:4.7in D:0.8in
The Ndebele beaded fez, is a traditional headdress worn by married women as a symbol of their marital status and cultural identity. It is an integral part of Ndebele women's attire and serves as a marker of their social standing within the community.
About the Tribe
Ndebele, also known as Transvaal Ndebele or (ama)Ndebele, are a Bantu-speaking African people who live primarily in the South African provinces of Limpopo, Mpumalanga, and Gauteng. The Ndebele people are divided into three groups: Southern, Northern, and the Ndebele of Zimbabwe. The Ndebele people of South Africa trace their ancestry back to Chief Muzi, who migrated his tribe around 400 years ago from what is now KwaZulu-Natal to Gauteng, both of which are South African provinces. The isiNdebele language is part of the Nguni language.
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