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Black GirlsBlack Girls - Providing information about black girls and women all over the world. Details on/about black women, models (Brazilian, bikini, & Ethiopian), "chicks", African women and more.

Ladies of Cameroon for marriage, Ethiopian brides, marriage in Nigeria, Senegal brides, marriges in Swaziland; all different African marriages and traditions brought together. An African marriage can be very elaborate, involving feasting and dancing for days.

African Marriage

Wedding Traditions
African weddings are a family affair and involve the union of two lives, two families and sometimes two communities! There are many different wedding traditions in the African continent and no two are exactly alike. In all traditions the bride plays a special role and is treated with respect because she is a link between the unborn and the ancestors.

A bride might eventually bear a very powerful child, so she is treated with respect. In some areas of East Africa the groom and his family would move to the village of the bride and set up a new house there.

An African marriage can be very elaborate, involving feasting and dancing for days within a community, or they can be very simple, or they can even be performed in huge marriage ceremonies involving many different couples.

Lobola African Marriage
An age old African custom that is as alive today as it was 100 years ago. Both families of the bride and groom would be scandalized if they did not adhere to this custom. On the surface, Lobola is a complex and very formal process of negotiation between the two families to come to a mutual agreement of the price that the groom has to pay to marry the bride.

What makes Lobola so important for marriage is that it is based on a process that brings the two families together. Mutual respect and dignity are woven into the process, and the love between the man and woman is expanded to include the immediate and extended families.

Ladies of Cameroon for MarriageCameroon - Unlike other countries of the world, ladies of Cameroon for marriage celebrations are usually held on the second night of the consummation. Family and friends come to the house of the newly wed couple to have authentic Cameroon meals.

Ethiopian BridesEthiopian - Its traditional at Ethiopian weddings for the Ethiopian brides and grooms to serve fresh slices of just slaughtered raw beef to guests. Ethiopian cuisine are removed geographically from the rest of Africa, it is one of the purest indigenous cuisine.

Marriage in NigeriaNigeria - The Anglican Church has taken a clear stance against gay marriage in Nigeria and the ordination of gay priests under the firm leadership of the outspoken Archbishop Peter Akinola.

Senegal BridesSenegal - Senegal wedding traditions vary along with religious beliefs, usually Muslim or Christian. Among the Mlomp, the groom traditionally gave the bride's parents a gift of palm wine before the wedding, as part of a Senegal brides price.

Marriges in SwazilandSwaziland - A judge in Swaziland ruled that a marriage between two lesbians is valid. According to Swazi tradition, two women can lawfully contract marriages in Swaziland and the woman who pays the Swaziland bride price can delegate a man to father children on her behalf.

The most relevant links we could find, placed here free

Sue Johnson Lamps - Unique African marriage stick floor lamp with square mica lampshade, Sue Johnson custom lamps and shades.

News Independent - Independent online edition, African marriage, South African court clears way for gay marriage.

African Princess - African mail order brides, dating, love matching personals for overseas dating, African marriage.

married Women - African married women, the culture and tradition in Africa on marriage is a complex affair in the traditional society.

Sue Dickinson - Art of Africa by Sue Dickinson, Lobola, in Africa cattle are a sign of great wealth.

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