Woman Shares TikTok Video of Sackcloth People in Pretoria, Rastafarians Fascinate Mzansi

Woman Shares TikTok Video of Sackcloth People in Pretoria, Rastafarians Fascinate Mzansi

  • A TikTok video shows a woman in Gauteng who saw Rastafarian people in town, and she was completely intrigued
  • The woman was in awe of the denomination of Rastafari, who do not wear artificial clothing, walking around Pretoria
  • Netizens on TikTok were in the comments and expressed curiosity about the Rastafarian people

A woman on TikTok was in Gauteng when he saw a group of Sackcloth people. The lady was fascinated and took a video that she shared with followers.

A woman on TikTok spotted sack cloth people in SA
A TikTok video shows a woman's recording of Sackcloth people, and she was curious. Image: TikTok/ @phulusocharmaine / Getty Images / Sunday Times
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Many people wondered why the Sackcloth people were dressed in a specific fabric. There were hundreds of comments from people who had questions about the Rastafarian group.

Women amazed by Sackcloth people

@phulusocharmaine posted a video of a group of people wearing only hessian clothing. In the video, they were wearing a naturally woven material and had freeform locs, which made netizens curious.

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SA curious about Sackcloth people

Online users commented on the video speculating about what religion the men and women were. Online users also wondered why they were all matching.

TimesLIVE reports that this is a fraction of Rastafarians. They wear unrefined materials and specialise in medicinal herbs to survive.

SandraPhume said:

"So many of them in Cape Town. They are good herbalist."

user2739309833513 wrote:

"I'm still new in this spiritual awakening things, already my great grandfather told me to get a sack jacket already have it, he shows me herbals."

Macece commented:

"Do they belong to a new religion or njani."

itsBee_anc added:

"They look like models for yeezy."

Maria Groovie commented:

"Ase the khoisan that stays ko union building."

malebza remarked:

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"Those people are very powerful when it comes to religion/beliefs."

SA fascinated by different cultures

Many people often like to see others explore their culture. A Venda woman went viral after showing how she cooks grasshoppers.

Mzansi on why lobola is still relevant today

Briefly News previously reported that the ever-evolving society that people live in today has allowed them to do things the way they want. Even the process of lobola has slightly changed. Today, people can pay for lobola with money, while in ancient times, it was paid for with cows.

According to an article published by News24, a cow was the most important part of the lobola process.

Even though the lobola practice has changed a little, this practice is still widespread today. When @AdvoBarryRoux asked why Christians have not abandoned it like many other African cultural practices, people did not hold back.

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Source: Briefly News

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Rutendo Masasi (Human-Interest editor) Rue Masasi is a Human Interest and Entertainment writer at Briefly News who graduated with a BA (Hons) in English from Rhodes University in 2018. Rue also has 2 years of experience in journalism and over four years of experience as an online ESL teacher. She has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her via email: rutendo.masasi@briefly.co.za

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