In the late 19th century, the Hemba were subjugated to raids by Arab slave traders and again by Belgian forces during colonization. The Hemba are primarily subsistence agriculturalists whose main staples include manioc, maize, peanuts, and yams. These crops are supplemented by small scale hunting and fishing done mostly by the men. Generally, the Hemba acknowledge chiefs who are heads of extended landholding families as their political leaders.
Genealogy is recognized both matrilinearly and patrilinearly, but land chiefs inherit their positions through their maternal line. The Hemba recognize a creator god (vidiye mukulu) and a supreme being (shimugabo). Worship is primarily carried out through sacrifices and offerings to ancestor shrines.Diviners play an important role in society, often requiring that certain ancestors be appeased in order to establish balance in the community. Good luck and thanks for looking. 15 USD I reduce to 10 USD. 20 USD I reduced to 14 USD. 25 USD I reduce to 16 USD.
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