Dear Supporters and World,
On the 27th April 2021 Ammish Community Development hosted Amadodakazi Asebukhosini for our Teenagers (Celebrating the Beauty of a daughter) at Arthur Ash Tennis Hall at Central Western Jabavu in Soweto. Let us begin with the following scripture:
The Story of Amadodakazi Asebukhosini
The story behind the Event is to embrace our daughters from 9-17 years who attended the Event. Amatsitsi from Ukukhanya youth production together with Umama wezi Intombi (Older Zulu Women) from Zola township in Soweto were dancing and singing with pride for our girls. The Reed dance is an annual Event which aims to celebrate and unify nations as well as honouring nation virgin maidens. In light of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. This cultural practise hopes to curb this epidemic by promoting a culture of respect for young women
Who vow to remain virgins until marriage, it also fosters self-esteem, strengthens community, and provides a strong sense of cultural identity essential for Nation-building. It is all about teaching morals and good Behaviour to young girls. Also teaches young girls, who have to be virgins in order to participate about how yhey should act as grown women. As part of promoting Celibasy until marriage and the girl to respect their bodies.
This was a good opportunity to our School girls joining in traditional singing and dancing in their culture.
This kind of cultural Event such as Amadodakazi Asebukhosini for our Teenagers ussually takes place at royal residents of the Chief, with us it took place at our own Arthur AshTennis hall. Thank you to all people that participated, supported the event and of course our awesome girls!
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