Disappearing Tribes and Cultures: The Bushman

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Disappearing Tribes and Cultures: The Bushman
Living within the Bushman community of South Africa over a period of six months has allotted an opportunity to participate in the local culture and observe the life of the Nomad. The Aboriginal community is rich with rituals and the lifestyle is a unique tradition. Looking back thousands of years at the history of the Bushman in South Africa, one may understand the comparison to the modern day lifestyle. This paper will explain the early history of the Bushman and support the evolution of historical tradition. The Bushman culture will be expressed as a strong and independent one and the way of life for the Nomads will be provided.
The Bushmen are part of Africa’s original cultural group and...
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