a. Arts and Crafts show case
– Women in the community engage themselves in various activities such as those at Joppie Village, who engage themselves on daily basis working on beads, pottery, traditional/ cultural attire etc. they lack sufficient funding to be able to build a structure to work from.
– Others engage themselves in community gardens, using conventional method of farming.
– Others try projects on poultry farming. The proceeds of all these activities help them to bring food on the table for their families.

community engage themselves in various activities such as those at Joppie Village, who engage themselves on daily basis working on beads, pottery, traditional/ cultural attire etc. they lack sufficient funding to be able to build a structure to work from.

b. Music and Dance
– With the love for music, the Shangaan- Tsonga people have developed a number of musical instruments. The “Mhalamhala (Kudu horn) flute that produces a breathless, raspy, but haunting sound. The “xitende” is a long thin bow tied on each end by a taut leather thong or wire which runs across a gourd. This was often used to alleviate boredom on long journeys.
– The Shangaan-Tsonga are well known for their traditional dances such as Muchongolo, songs and dances by both elderly male and female citizens.

We have a variety tourist attaction in Nwamitwa with the environment which includes the cultural devesity of the Tsonga- Shagaan people.

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3 Comments on “Tourism”

  1. matimba

    I study tourism for 2years at mopano college but I don’t get job so plsss help m I’m Matimba from nkambako at malubana

  2. matimba

    I like this culture for vatsonga js bcos hosi philia is good terms of encourage people to love their culture.I HV study tourism bcos I wont to experience more about the culture

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