Indigenous marriage in South Africa

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Indigenous marriage in South Africa is a social and legal bond between two clans. This bond is built around a man and a woman in a ukulobola covenant. The delivery of ikhazi things like cattle or other valuables from the man’s family to the woman’s. This bond connects the two clans in a permanent relationship. Children the man and woman have make the bond stronger. When the man and woman are married, the woman will leave her clan and join the man's clan.

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  • Dayana, Ndima, Dial (2013-11). "Re-imagining and re-interpreting African jurisprudence under the South African Constitution". Cite journal requires |journal= (help); Check date values in: |date= (help)