Learning about Zulu culture and traditions

2019-11-13 06:01
Pupils from New Hanover Preparatory School (from left) Lana Duvenage, Taylor Naidoo, Angus Kyle, and Ryan Swan dressed in traditional Zulu outfits during their outing at the cultural homestead at Ecabazini.photo: supplied

Pupils from New Hanover Preparatory School (from left) Lana Duvenage, Taylor Naidoo, Angus Kyle, and Ryan Swan dressed in traditional Zulu outfits during their outing at the cultural homestead at Ecabazini.photo: supplied

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THE Grade 2 class from New Hanover Preparatory School went on an overnight outing to Ecabazini, the Zulu cultural homestead, which is one of the highlights of the year.

The children were enthralled learning about King Shaka and Zulu traditions. They thoroughly enjoyed making clay pots, doing beadwork, stick fighting, milking cows, and sleeping in the beehive huts. — Supplied.

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