Discuss the role of lobolo and mafisa in the late mixed-farming communities of southern africa.
The social consideration and set up in the community gave and honored livestock farmers' affections based on the artistic gifts known as the Lobola. Farming in South Africa was practiced by the Khoisan people, who were the first Southern Africa farmers. They kept tame and bred animals, cattle, sheep, goats for food provision, i.e., meat and milk, for work to aid in pulling ploughs, for transportation of farm products, and shelter for clothing. Besides, they provided communities with food rich in protein.