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10-year-old to be the next rain queen
10-year-old Masalanabo Modjadji will take her throne as the next rain queen of the Balobedu clan in 2016. It is believed that the rain queen has special powers such as controlling the clouds and rainfall.
'Rain Queen' custody battle heading to court in drought-stricken Limpopo
The Balobedu people, who only have female monarchs, who are also their "rainmakers", will then have one more hurdle to overcome as they wait anxiously for news of their application to a government commission tasked with settling succession matters and ...
Mali's Beloved Photography Biennial Returns in the Wake of Political Turmoil
Mahashe, a South African living in Cape Town, shows a series of installations exploring cultural myths by and about Modjadji, the hereditary rain queen of the Balobedu people in northern South Africa.
Rainmaking - an Imperative for Agriculturalists and Pastoralists

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