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TOURISTS JOIN INDLOVUKAZI IN SONG

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LUDZIDZINI - Tourists who joined Her Majesty the Queen Mother on the seventh day of the ongoing Little Incwala Ceremony were seemingly captivated by the rythm.


Despite the language barrier, the tourists from different countries seemed to understand and enjoy the rhythm of the songs.
The tourists formed their own line behind the warriors and followed the dance moves.


The Queen Mother danced with different regiments which included Lutsango, Imbali, Ingatja, Bokhololo and armed forces.
The regiments had joined the King on the first day of the prestigious ceremony.


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The head of State has since moved to other royal residences where he opened the Little Incwala Ceremony. He will continue to move from one royal residence to another until he reaches Buhleni Royal Residence.

From Buhleni Royal Residence, he will bring the Incwala back to the Ludzidzini Royal Residence where it actually started. In the event the King takes Incwala to other royal residences, warriors will continue to dance where the Monarch had opened the ceremony until the last day before the commissioning of Ingatja to fetch the sacred shrubs (lusekwane).

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