A herero woman wearing her colorful traditional attire. The most distinctive feature of Herero women's dress is their horizontal horned headdress, the otjikaiva, which is a symbol of respect, worn to pay homage to the cows that have historically sustained the Herero.
A San elderly woman during a cultural dance festival in Kuru village.
In Botswana they are called Matlhoa or Matlhao, traditional leg rattles worn by traditional dancers. The rattles are made from silk moth cocoons and filled with seeds, and are tied on the dancer's legs to make melodious fascination to local traditional music.
Sweat on a back of a traditional dancer.
A little boy from a san community dancing a traditional dance during Kuru cultural festival.
A san traditional dance group lined getting ready to perform at Kuru Cultural festival.
Royal Moscow Ballerina performing in Gaborone during their tour.
A soldier paying respect to Batswana soldiers that died at the world war 1&2.
A veteran who participated in World War 11 showing his medals during a commemorations to remember the ones that did not make it.