The women of the Southern Ndebele tribes are custodians of their art and through them the cultural fabric has remained intact, despite their many decades of strife at the hands of apartheid. Their roots are found in the mighty chief Mzi, who spoke of peace and who fathered many children. It was his two sons who betrayed his legacy of peace and fought for power over the tribe. Still today the Ndebele remains divided.
This award winning, awe inspiring, documentary series deals with all things African. We look at the fascinating diversity and lives of the African wildlife…. from the lush rainforests, to the arid desert sands to the vast oceans surrounding the continent. We also explore the rich diversity of cultures and traditions of the various peoples and regions of this magical land;and, investigate the fragile African environments and man’s interaction with her delicate ecosystems. Each program is headed up by a "Did you know" segment: an entertaining, even humorous, short subject followed by a fascinating feature story. Your whole family will enjoy this visual experience.