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As boys tackled each other for the ball, the girls chanted and danced in praise of chastity. They sang: "Men only want to part your legs. The girls at the front of the queue walked up one by one to a group of women sitting on straw mats. Some girls were as young as four years old. They were told to lie back on the ground while a woman with latex gloves quickly examined them. A joyful ululation went up for each girl who was found to be a virgin. For an extra five rand about 50p they could proudly take home a certificate of virginity. Virginity testing is Zulu traditionalists' answer to the modern plague of Aids. The ceremonies strangely mix the honouring of chastity with a celebration of fertility. The girls must be half-naked, and a day after being tested they climb a mountain to plant crops to Nomkhubulwana, a Zulu angel of fertility.
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Teenage girls in an African tribe have been ordered to cover up during ritual dances because 'perverted' Europeans keep taking pictures of their bare bottoms. Young virgins have been performing the Zulu Royal Reed Dance for centuries wearing nothing but beads and short fringed skirts. But now King Goodwill Zwelithini has told the girls to put on sarongs or traditional undergarments called umuntsha to cover their buttocks. Zulu virgins perform the Royal Reed Dance in tribute to the king wearing nothing but beads and short fringed skirts. The king added: 'There are times when maidens have to sing and dance and we end up seeing certain private body parts that we're not supposed to see. Locals are said to be fed up of 'lascivious' male tourists who 'act like paparazzi' and 'zoom in on bare flesh with their high-tech cameras. Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini has ordered virgin girls to cover their buttocks during traditional dances because 'perverted' Europeans keep taking pictures of their bare bottoms. Zulus say their traditional ceremony is being sullied because of the wrong sort of attention from visitors. Photography at the traditional dances, performed by thousands of virgin girls in Nongoma, northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, is strictly regulated. But checks in recent years have shown some photographers were just ordinary tourists taking pictures without approval.
South Africa is again hearing much about tradition from the Zulus. In the Nineties they claimed that tradition gave them the right to bear arms, with which to indulge in the odd bit of traditional killing. Now it seems to be all about sex. And just as the Nineties controversy over weapons was identified with one Zulu man, Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, so the sexual controversy centres on another. The succession of President Thabo Mbeki's one-time heir-apparent, Jacob Zuma, to the leadership had been expected to cement unity between South Africa's two great tribes, the Xhosas and the Zulus. Instead, a single sexual encounter threatens to plunge the country back into its old tribal hatreds. Zuma was cleared by a High Court judge in Johannesburg last week of raping a young family friend who was a house guest. The ruling, while settling the criminal case, is seen by many as the beginning of a battle for the future leadership of South Africa between Zulu traditionalists and Xhosa modernists. The strength of feeling on the traditionalist side among those participating in a quintessentially Zulu ceremony was made clear by 40 virgins who erupted in indignation when asked what their verdict would have been on Zuma. Thabo Mbeki didn't want him to be President.