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The men’s costumes of the “inyanga”, especially if they are from outside the country, may also be different. The main purpose of Lobolo is to determine the worth of the bride.

Often during the negotiations either a bottle of brandy or traditional sorghum beer is placed on the table which is not usually drunk.

During “indumba” the small house that is the learners base, there would be drumming and they will enter in a trance, grunting and sweating dance to the drums and communicate the message of the “emadloti” (ancestral spirit).

A red cloth is draped over their shoulders, the drum rhythm changes to that of “ema Ndzawe” (or Ndau which is people living in Mozambique or Zimbabwe), This is done because in past history, a group of Swazi’s marauding in the area had come across some cattle belonging to those of “ema Ndzawe”, they had been instructed not to kill the cows as they were to be offered as a sacrifice to the ancestral spirits.

At home, the patriach of the family is the head and in the past, often practiced polygamy.

This headman, usually referred to as umnumzane is central to all activities of the home.

The “tangoma” would speak with a strangled voice in a language that was said to be an old form of “Ndau”, a language only known to them when in a trace, and shake vigorously to the rhythm of the drums.

Several chiefdoms form an inkhundla which then belongs of a regional division of the country.

To learn the craft, learners “tangoma”, (plural of “sangoma”) attend various “schools” and undergo “lutfwasa”, a learning process which may take up to a year or longer.

About a dozen or more learners are resident at a small homestead of Bethany, headed by La Mabuza which is situated near Matsapha in central Swaziland.

During this learning process, the learners will have to observe various taboos: no sexual relations, no quarreling, and no shaking hands among others.

“Throwing of the bones” (“ematsambo”), is a collection of small bones, a variety of other small objects like dice, beads etc which are thrown on a mat and depending upon the way the objects and bones fall, a solution to the problem can then be divined.