We went to PheZulu and it was great. I was able to see a performance by Zulu dancers and learn about their culture through song and dance. Young people singing and dancing to help teach about their culture is a great idea.
They told us about how traditionally, in South Africa, the Zulu women would go fetch water. The men would look for his bride and try to talk to her on her way home from the river. After that, the man would tell her that he wants her and the men would have to pay 11 cows to his "father in law".
Well, I received my first South African Marriage Proposal. He looked at me and said "Oooh....I want you to be my first wife" He currently has 3 wives, but divorced his first wife so he wants me to take her place. I let him know that I was happily single and that I would help him find someone else. He was a nice guy and we shared a laugh. I don't think I can share a husband with anyone!