Ceremonial Calendar

Zulu ceremonial dates are not set. They are decided by the Zulu King based on the phases of the moon.

Day of Reconciliation

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  • Venue:Poland, Krynica-Zdroj 246a

The Reed Dance Ceremony (Umkhosi woMhlanga) takes place every year in September, at the Enyokeni Royal Palace in Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal. The girls come from all parts of Zululand, and in recent years there are also smaller groups from Swaziland, as well as more distant places such as Botswana and Pondoland.

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Battle of Isandlwana Commemoration

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  • Venue:Poland, Krynica-Zdroj 246a

Young men (Amabutho) Killing the bull with their hands During the Ceremony.
The celebration of the first fruit takes place early in December. It is the first fruit celebration where people bring their first harvest for the year to the king. The celebration takes place at Enyokeni Royal Palace, Nongoma. The Zulu Eco Adventures does a tour to this ceremony each year from eShowe. The annual first fruit ceremony organized by the KwaZulu Natal Department of education and culture.

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Zulu King's First Fruit Ceremony (Umkhosi Wokweshwama)

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  • Date: - -
  • Venue:Poland, Krynica-Zdroj 246a

Young men (Amabutho) Killing the bull with their hands During the Ceremony.
The celebration of the first fruit takes place early in December. It is the first fruit celebration where people bring their first harvest for the year to the king. The celebration takes place at Enyokeni Royal Palace, Nongoma. The Zulu Eco Adventures does a tour to this ceremony each year from eShowe. The annual first fruit ceremony organized by the KwaZulu Natal Department of education and culture.

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The Reed Dance Ceremony (Umkhosi woMhlanga)

Event Details:

  • Date: - -
  • Venue:Poland, Krynica-Zdroj 246a

The Reed Dance Ceremony (Umkhosi woMhlanga) takes place every year in September, at the Enyokeni Royal Palace in Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal. The girls come from all parts of Zululand, and in recent years there are also smaller groups from Swaziland, as well as more distant places such as Botswana and Pondoland.

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