Bulawayo to Kezi (KoBeula) » 200km of Culture and Heritage!

About Magriza Made Me Cook: The channel seeks to document and serve Africa’s diverse food culture, one dish at a time as well as air other cultural and traditional stories that have never been documented. Magriza is slang for uGogo (Grandmother in isiNdebele).

In this video we escape to Zimbabwe’s south-western area where adventure, culture, and solitude lie scattered among Chief Malaba’s area. We get to learn about the BaBirwa People of Zimbabwe, eat delicious food, witness the proximity of the Republic of Botswana and its inhabitants. In this documentary expect to see 200 kilometres of culture, beautiful scenery, a Yeoville sign-post, heritage songs, and discovering that the term Kezi is a corrupted name for Kgetsi – which means bag in the SeBirwa language.

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