Ndebele culture is one of the most distinctive in the country. Set apart by the lavish beaded designs of their women's attire, the stacked rings worn round their necks, arms and legs, and the trademark geometric mural art of their homesteads - they are instantly recognisable.
George Pemba (1912-2001), teacher, clerk and shopkeeper, and throughout a revolutionary South African art hero. When he died in 2001, he was revered for his exceptional contribution to South African art.
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