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Khoisan is the name by which the lighter skinned indigenous peoples of southern Africa,the Khoi (Hottentots) and the San (Bushmen) are known. Their dwellings were beehive-shaped huts made with pliable sticks.
The Bushmen, known for their stamina, may sometimes have to pursue their prey for a great distance before the animal finally drops, ready for a kill. They are superb trackers and may follow a herd for many days before getting close enough to use bow and arrow. After such a kill, the whole group joins in the feast, singing and dancing in a trance-like ritual around the fire.
Re: How do the San people live?
Author: Sandra Yeboah
Time: 22 Oct 2010, 6:05:59 PM