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Ukusefya Pa Ng’wena

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August 2017

Ukusefya Pa Ng’wena

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An event every year that begins at 12:00am on of [month], repeating indefinitely

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AbaBemba trace their origin from Kola (modern-day Angola) in the 17th Century. From Kola, they went to Luba. From Luba, they crossed Luapula, Chambeshi, and Kalungu Rivers. When they reached the banks of Milando, they came across a dead crocodile. Since Bemba rulers belong to the Crocodile Clan, the discovery, earmarked Bemba-land. A village was set up at this very spot -and it was named Ng’wena Village. Around August/September, Chitimukulu (the head of uLuBemba, the Bemba nation) calls his subjects…

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February 2018

N’cwala Traditional Ceremony

February 24, 2018
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An event every year that begins at 12:00am on day last of February, repeating indefinitely

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N’cwala is an annual traditional ceremony for the Ngoni people of the Eastern Province of Zambia by Paramount Chief Mpezeni. The N’cwala ceremony takes place on the last Saturday of February at Mtenguleni Village in Chipata

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August 2018

Ukusefya Pa Ng’wena

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An event every year that begins at 12:00am on of [month], repeating indefinitely

Zambia + Google Map

AbaBemba trace their origin from Kola (modern-day Angola) in the 17th Century. From Kola, they went to Luba. From Luba, they crossed Luapula, Chambeshi, and Kalungu Rivers. When they reached the banks of Milando, they came across a dead crocodile. Since Bemba rulers belong to the Crocodile Clan, the discovery, earmarked Bemba-land. A village was set up at this very spot -and it was named Ng’wena Village. Around August/September, Chitimukulu (the head of uLuBemba, the Bemba nation) calls his subjects…

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February 2019

N’cwala Traditional Ceremony

February 23, 2019
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An event every year that begins at 12:00am on day last of February, repeating indefinitely

Zambia + Google Map

N’cwala is an annual traditional ceremony for the Ngoni people of the Eastern Province of Zambia by Paramount Chief Mpezeni. The N’cwala ceremony takes place on the last Saturday of February at Mtenguleni Village in Chipata

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