The Vadoma tribe also referred to as Doma or Dema is the only non-agricultural society in Zimbabwe whose main economic activity is hunting and gathering. They are located on the Kanyemba region around the basins of a tributary of the Zambezi River Valley. According to their beliefs, their ancestors allegedly emerged from a baobab tree and walked upright to hunt and gather fruits.
Meet The Strangest Tribe in Africa With Animal Feet They are called the VaDoma tribe and they are found in the Northern Zimbabwe area in Zimbabwe and are ,generally known as the ostrich type of people and are sometimes called Doma or Dema. The Vadoma speaks the dimatal and can trace their ancestors who they believe were from the baobab tree and walked straight to hunt and collect and gather fruits . They are one hunter type of tribe in Zimbabwe that lives within the Kanyemba area across the basins of a tributary
The vaDoma tribe in Zimbabwe also known as Doma or Dema are the only remaining hunters and gatherers still holding onto that culture in the country. They speak the Dema language. They reside in the Kanyemba region around the basins of Zambezi river Valley. According to their historical culture, the vaDoma tribe believes that their ancestors emerged grom a baobab tree and walked upright to gather wild fruits and hunt animals. However, that doesn’t count to their popular recognition across the world. They
Pictured above are members of the Vadoma community.The Vadoma people of Northern Zimbabwe more popularly known as the "Ostrich" people because they are all born with just two toes are a forgotten tribe in Zimbabwe.They are living in the Kanyemba region of north Zimbabwe, especially in the Urungwe and Sipolilo districts along the Zambezi River Valley, and believe their ancestors emerged from a Baobab tree and walked upright to hunt and gather fruits.