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They are well known for their skill in working with iron, gold, and copper.The Ndebele people, recognized for their skill as military strategists before the arrival of the British, make up about 20 percent of the population.
Some communities do not regularly have the services of a fully trained nurse, let alone a doctor. Some of the most common diseases are malaria, bilharzia, sexually transmitted diseases, tetanus, cholera, polio, and typhoid.
They are also sometimes called "Bushmen," but this is an insulting name that was given to them by outsiders. The city of Great Zimbabwe prospered until the fifteenth century, and gave modern Zimbabwe its name. In 1992, the country's population was 10.4 million.
Of these, 98 percent were African, and about 2 percent were European, Asian, and mixed-race.
So, while ancestor worship is the most common religious practice, Christianity and Islam are also observed.
In fact, about 75 percent of the population observes either Christianity or Islam. The most important national holidays are Independence Day (April 18), Heroes' Day (August 11), Workers' Day (May 1), Defense Forces' Day (August 12), and Africa Day (May 25).Gestures, including facial expressions, are also an important aspect of greetings. Traditionally, most people will not date a stranger.