Discuss the role of lobolo and mafisa in the late mixed farming communities of southern Africa
The communal reflection and system within society provided and respected livestock farmers' regards founded on the creative handouts and rewards recognized as the Lobola. Agriculture and animal husbandry in South Africa was done by the Khoisan communities, who were the first Southern Africa farmers. They tamed and raised animals, goats, sheep, and cattle for provisions of food such as meat and milk, for work to support in hauling cultivators, for housing, clothing, and distribution of farm products. Moreover, they offered societies with food rich in protein and essential minerals.