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Acadi Tribe

Much like the Masai or Samburu of Kenya, the Acadi tribe in southern Zamunda are still relatively unknown and have had little contact with the outside world, even with other Zamundans. Because of their isolation and indigenous beliefs and practices, more and more people are fascinated by their matriarch culture, where the men stay home, raise the children, wash the dishes and clean the clothes, while the women hunt for wild buffalo, pig, and drink the local beer. Unlike almost the rest of Africa, the men are second class, and are traded between different families, for purely breeding and house-cleaning purposes.

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