Sho Madjozi’s making a documentary to showcase Tsonga Xibelani skirts

Sho Madjozi’s making a documentary to showcase Tsonga Xibelani skirts

- Sho Madjozi has decided to make a documentary showcasing her Tsonga culture

- Sho has managed to turn traditional attire into modern fashion, keeping culture alive and relevant

- Sho wants to educate the world on the meaning behind these beautiful garments

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Sho Madjozi has decided to make a documentary showcasing her Tsonga culture and all the amazing garments that come with it.

Africa is a culture rich country filled with colour, music and beautiful people from all different backgrounds.

Briefly.co.za knows how much Sho values culture and heritage, and this is one of the things that make her so special.

Sho has always showcased her Tsonga culture in everything that she does. From the traditional skirts to the languages she speaks in her music.

Making this documentary means a lot to Sho as it is a part of who she is.

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Focusing on the beautiful Xibelani skirts that Sho has turned into a fashion statement, Sho wants to educate the world on the meaning behind these beautiful garments.

Sho has managed to turn traditional attire into modern fashion and hopes this documentary will inspire many to do the same, keeping culture alive.

“I think the threat of us losing our culture to western influences has made it that we just protect it. We just hold on to the way it was then, instead of letting young people also evolve it and change.”

Release date on the documentary has not been given, but many are very excited to see what Sho puts together.

Sho Madjozi’s making a documentary to showcase Tsonga Xibelani skirts

Sho Madjozi’s making a documentary to showcase Tsonga Xibelani skirts
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