The Herero people are found in Angola, Botswana and Namibia. They are divided into several subgroups, such as the Kuvale, the Ximba or the Zeraua, among others. Its economy revolves around the raising of beef cattle, which is why the cow is considered a sacred animal and, in turn, is the center of many ceremonial acts. The clothing of the Ximba and Kuvale women stands out, as can be seen in the image. You have all the information in: «Indigenous communities of Africa«.
You have all the information in: "Indigenous communities of Africa".