Children have no social duties besides playing, and leisure is very important to San of all ages.Large amounts of time are spent in conversation, joking, music, and sacred dances.The San are one of 14 known extant "ancestral population clusters".That is, "groups of populations with common genetic ancestry, who share ethnicity and similarities in both their culture and the properties of their languages".Women are mainly involved in the gathering of food, but may also take part in hunting. Droughts may last many months and waterholes may dry up. To get water this way, a San scrapes a deep hole where the sand is damp.Into this hole is inserted a long hollow grass stem. Water is sucked into the straw from the sand, into the mouth, and then travels down another straw into the ostrich egg.Over the years we have listened to our users feedback in order to make your experience on our site, as easy and enjoyable as possible.If you have any issues at all, don't hesitate to call our 24 hour support team on 08. All you need is a valid email and a password, then you can browse through hundred's of local granny slappers.
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Each of these terms has a problematic history, as they have been used by others to refer to them, often with pejorative connotations.
Representatives of the people from WIMSA and the South African San Institute attending the 2003 Africa Human Genome Initiative conference held in Stellenbosch reiterated that they prefer to be described by either their individual group names or the collective term San.
The age rule resolves any confusion arising from kinship terms, as the older of two people always decides what to call the younger.
Relatively few names circulate (approximately 35 names per sex), and each child is named after a grandparent or another relative.
The San people (or Saan), are members of various Khoisan-speaking indigenous hunter-gatherer people representing the first nation of Southern Africa, whose territories span Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho and South Africa.