Zimbabwe dating culture
They are well known for their skill in working with iron, gold, and copper.The Ndebele people, recognized for their skill as military strategists before the arrival of the British, make up about 20 percent of the population.Among Africans, those who live and work in the city are better off economically than those who live in the countryside.The African population of Zimbabwe is made up of at least ten ethnic groups, each speaking a different language. The Shona people make up about 60 percent of the population.So, while ancestor worship is the most common religious practice, Christianity and Islam are also observed.In fact, about 75 percent of the population observes either Christianity or Islam. The most important national holidays are Independence Day (April 18), Heroes' Day (August 11), Workers' Day (May 1), Defense Forces' Day (August 12), and Africa Day (May 25).
Africans (blacks) cultivate poorer, overcrowded land. The industries in cities and towns are also mostly controlled by Europeans, Asians, and people of mixed race.Most people speak at least two languages, including one of the three official languages: chi Shona, isi Ndebele, and English.Even though there are many different groups, certain cultural practices or customs unite all Zimbabweans.There are others that are observed by religious groups such as Muslims (followers of Islam) and Christians.There are no indigenous African holidays, but families may have special days in the year on which they remember their relatives who have died.