Zulu Dancers

This energetic and talented group consists of 4 or more male dancers, all dressed in traditional outfits. They have performed at many venues and functions/weddings in and around Cape Town, including QE11, Castle of Good Hope, CTICC, Radisson Blu amongst others.

Indlamu - the traditional dance most often associated with Zulu culture. It is performed with drums and full traditional attire and is derived from the war dances of the warriors.
This war dance is untouched by Western influence probably because it is regarded as a touchstone of Zulu identity. It is danced by men of any age wearing skin (amabeshu), headrings, ceremonial belts, ankle rattles, sheilds and weapons like knobkeries and spears. It shows off muscular strength and control of the weapons with mock stabs at imaginary enemies.

This energetic and talented group consists of 4 or more male dancers, all dressed in traditional outfits. They have performed at many venues and functions/weddings in and around Cape Town, including QE11, Castle of Good Hope, CTICC, Radisson Blu amongst others.

Indlamu - the traditional dance most often associated with Zulu culture. It is performed with drums and full traditional attire and is derived from the war dances of the warriors.
This war dance is untouched by Western influence probably because it is regarded as a touchstone of Zulu identity. It is danced by men of any age wearing skin (amabeshu), headrings, ceremonial belts, ankle rattles, sheilds and weapons like knobkeries and spears. It shows off muscular strength and control of the weapons with mock stabs at imaginary enemies.

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