Kulemeka Mothers Day bash showcases K7m Ngoni attire

A modest wish to enjoy with fellow mothers on Mothers Day, Wednesday 15th, witnessed close to K7 million worth of women’s Ngoni attire.

Kulemeka Mothers Day Ngoni swag

Kulemeka Mothers Day Ngoni swag

All home owner and landscaping business guru, Kondwani Kulemeka, wanted was to share her beautiful gardens in Area 10 with fellow women in celebration of Mothers Day, but what happened is beyond her expectations.

“We wanted to enjoy ourselves clad in Ngoni regalia for women. I am overjoyed that over two hundred women were indeed dressed in beautiful Ngoni dresses and head gear. The place was beautiful and looked so
wonderful,” says Kulemeka, who says as a Ngoni she wanted to promote the elegant Ngoni fashion and enjoy Mothers Day in style.

At K35,000 an outfit, over K7 million was spent collectively in purchasing and producing the women’s Ngoni outfit. Some of the guests were not necessarily Ngoni by culture.

As many other women headed for the lake, a big number of women dazzled passers-by as they drove to Stone Palace, the Kulemeka’s residence which is popular with an outstanding garden of flowers, trees and grass, and is a must-go spot for newly weds for wedding pictorials.

Guests to the shindig were asked to bring a bottle and enjoyed their favourite brai of local to other types of chicken, meat and vegetable savouries.

Gate pass was K6,000 per head.

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48 thoughts on “Kulemeka Mothers Day bash showcases K7m Ngoni attire”

  1. Two of the ladies are anya singini aka mrs Ghambi the hubby used to wk for malawi army he was a pilot

  2. nabanda says:

    zanu izo ife nde tinanjoya…. keep it up next time tili konko. The invite just said ngoni attire aliyense amavala zachingoni according to her….Nsanje amalawi tapanganitu ma bash a culture yanu tione!!!! mimbazo ndi zathu, ndalamazo zathu vuto lacho nchani ada!!!

  3. Kardashian says:

    So fat and ugly. Malawi must have some of the ugliest people in the world!

  4. gulukunyinda says:

    modern ngoni attire. kale izi kunalibe

  5. Jane says:

    Azimayi munatchena ! tasilira enafe tinali kutali, next year moto moto! asafuna asamuke!

  6. Jane says:

    Winawe ndiye ukufuna uoneke odziwa lero za zobvala za chingoni, za Amalawi? Ati Ngwazi, chani chani……….mwasowa chochita. poti mayi kulemeka wayambitsa? Unali kuti nthawi yonseyi?? Tamakangodyani matewera ngati mwasowa chochita.

  7. Nenani says:

    Mwasilira AMalawi, (akaidi) mukuti inu mukudziwa attire ya chingoni, ya chi Malawi, ndiye kuti chani? Ndimayesa Angoni akumalawi anachokera ku South Africa? Nsanje idzakupengetsani nanunso inu!!

  8. Nasawathi says:

    Enawo ali deformed ndi ma ARV’eti nanga khosilo? The lady third from left and the last on the right ayayayayayaya. Pepani. Plan for lipo…….it works

  9. Senzo says:

    Kusowa zochita.

  10. Dusty says:

    Za ziii!! Vambula salt.This is south African attire not Malawian,show our attire ie Malawian.Nthawi zina tizikhala ndi nzeru popanga zinthu.Am angoni but I will not support this nonsenses called ngoni attire I never known this as our attire sa attire.

  11. Dietician says:

    KODI NDI KUTUPA KAPENA KUNENEPA? EITHER WAY SIZILI BWINO!

  12. Dusty says:

    Za ziii!!

  13. tsamba says:

    Akanapanga zomwezi aku Zimbabwe pano mukti azimai athu osalila. Awa ayesela mukuti nfwe nfwe. Munakhala bwanji Amalawi kupenga? usawi? chichi? Fotseki

  14. Mute Gama says:

    But the weight, eeh!

    1. Units says:

      Akuti kudya bwino, anamadya phwama.

    2. Nasawathi says:

      Thanks Kondwa. We had fun. Asafuna aziseteke pamkolokolo.

  15. Fumu says:

    Good start. Make it bigger next time.Congrats

  16. Congratulations Ngonis, You remind me of my own Chonde, Namulenga , Namitambo, Tchoda-mhlako beautiful ladies-MAKE IT AN ANNUAL invent -You will never lack sponsors- Yeboooo…ANKHWAKAAAA…..

  17. mopia says:

    No 12 have you ever been to any school under this Sun? Culture or tradition is dynamic. This is the prescribe attire for women for over two centuries now. If there is modification is the textile only. I am a Ngoni and perpetually cultural person who visits all Ngoni places of heritage in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Tanzania. Ask when you are ignorant of a certain culture. Do not rush to critique what you do not know. Bravo our women, mothers, sisters, wives and grandmas for taking this challenge. I am proud of you. Phambere womamanonke!!!!!!!!

    1. ujeni says:

      Dont cheat people here, have you seen old pictures of Chaka Zulu for example, this regalia is modernisation of South Africans not original Ngoni attire. Malawians are just copying ignorantly and exposing it to the whole world

  18. Wangandi says:

    Azimayi munatchena inu Jelous Down! Keep up Kondwani kulemeka you rock! you are an insipiration to many!

  19. Tina says:

    Musiyeni mayi kulemeka Mayi wa ngwiro, amadya zake, azimayi amiseche inu simudzatukuka mukhala choncho!

  20. Dineo says:

    wakwiya ndi mfiti ! Mfiti yodya Maliro!

  21. ANGONI SATHA ONSE,KUMALIRA CHIYANI KUMALIRA NGWENYA,LOO

  22. New says:

    shame! walking naked in the name of culture, that’s bad, God will Judge you one day. women please respect yourselves, dress well because it is the word of God that requires you to Do that and if you do that God will surely bless you because he respects His word. He is the same yesterday, today and forever.

    1 Timothy 2:9
    In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array;

  23. That was so great those talking shit they’r the same ppo who criticise anything good or bad, they are two steps behind always…!

  24. Moyenda says:

    Azimayi atchena awa, kumayamikira! It’s easy to say unkind things to women like these when they are not your mother or sister or wife. There’s not even enough grounds, by looking at this photo alone, to make a subject for debate about their character or poise or anything that meets the eye. Do not denigrate others. You don’t even need to be a Christian to know this. That’s what distinguishes human nature from other species.

  25. ujeni says:

    This is not Ngoni attire but modern day mordenisation attire in South Africa which Malawi because of inferiority complex are copying and saying thats the way Ngonis dress. Get a life and help Malawi develop rather than wasting time trying hardest to copying anything South African

    1. johnM says:

      I agree with you as I was thinking the same thing. Is it not possible for us to come up with our own attire? I once showed a picture of the old Ngoni warriors dancing for Kamuzu to a South African friend of mine and he was amazed at the attire they were wearing as they were original and more authentic as opposed to artificial ones popular over there.

  26. real life says:

    Bravo kulemeka thats the way to go. unapanga zako pamenepo being creative. azibambo oyenda ndi wana wo zawo izo ndimtima wanu muli ena mutamayamika azimayi amachita zambiri pakhomo

  27. Nkemu wanguo says:

    Nkhope ngati abambo okhaokha? Bwinotu bwino!

  28. victim Chamkhuni Lwazazi says:

    What about the poor Ngoni women who could not contribute K6000 and buy the expensive regalia? It’s for the rich!!! What a cultural community? Ngoni culture disguised in feasting by the rich. Fortunately, I have never seen a hearse with a trailer of riches. God forbid!!!

  29. James gwazantini says:

    Beautiful mothers. Life is too short sangalalani azimai zikumubowa akakolope lake malaw!

  30. mmmmmmm koma ndiye basi tizingoona inu miyendo ya mtchetcha yake imeneyo samalani michira sikuseweretsa ayi

  31. "A NATIVE OF NOWHERE" says:

    Looking 4 publicity.

  32. Tsamba Likagwa says:

    Congratulations ladies. Fun is not cheap and you have to create it. This is good. Just like Mlakho. lets maintain our cultures. Keepi it up ladies Amalawi osamapanga jealous. Choncho simungatukuke.

    Akaonda mwati ali nd AIDS. Akanenepa ndiye mwati akumwa tumbocide. Kagwere uko!

    Chaka cha mawa ndikufuna ndizamve za Achewa ataval nyau, Atumbuka akuvina mwinoi, ndi a Lomwe akuvina chopa

  33. BOBOLONGWE says:

    kkkkkkkkkkkk no coment

  34. Yobe boo says:

    Ma HULE basi. Bambo kunyanja nditatiwisi, tofewa, tima young; A Mayi kukayenda maliseche ndikuvina mimba ndi mawere ali pamtunda ngati hule kwa chinsiru hule linzawo. Manyaziiiiiii bwanjiiiiii !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

    Zaziiiii kumakataya nthawi ndi zimenezi……..

    1. Inu says:

      A yobe boo, and then you ask people from central region to support your stupid federation? You say derogatory things concerning cultures from the central and south. Have we said anything about vimbuza? I am a half Chewa half Ngoni, so i understand when people celebrate their cultures. Learn people to respect other people. You lose nothing by doing so.

    2. Wawa says:

      Hule ndi amako, agogo ako, ndi ena onse okazi kwanuko. Azimayi kusangalala okhaokha ndiye uziti mahule? Iwe hule eti? Manyazi bwa ?

    3. James Banda says:

      Walemba yobe boo apa nzauchisilu zedi chidzete Koma iwe october with your comment 3.1 waoneselatu kuti nawe ugliness nzeru chidzete chachabe chabe iwe. Nonse mite mob ya Manu you are just the same. Congratulations ladies keep it up. I like the beautiful faces and the attire!!!!!

      1. Yobe boo says:

        Chilungamo chimawawa, kumataya nthawi ndi zautsiru ngati izi, zokopera ngati zanu mulibe, kuyenda mawere ndi mimba pamtunda, mukuti kunjoya kusiyira amuna anu mpata onjoya ndi timabebi. Shame!!!!!!

  35. Kungokoka pa bwandiro says:

    Malawian women, all they know eating and drinking, look at those bellies as if they are all pregnant! Kapena anthuwa akumwa Tumbocide? Meanwhile their husbands are busy at the lake with sweet 16s

    1. mmihavani says:

      Kikikikiki you are right! That’s what I always say. Malawian women like eating this and that. Their entertainment is eating kukamwa nyindu. When you marry them what they know is to feed you with cakes nsima chips etc until a man balloons up. Please learn to eat small and exercise.

    2. Wawa says:

      I think you are a complete idiot and a shame to Malawi for your stupid comment. Osangohala and starve bwanji if thats what you want. These are true Malawian women expressing their cultural happiness. Kamwe lake Malawi chomwera chake Mulanje Mt. Zepete iwe wokoka pa bwandirowe.

    3. Nancy says:

      malawian women should learn to work out pitani ku gym azimayi kunenepa sikupeza bwino za ziiii

      1. Moyenda says:

        If you look for negative things, you will find tons. It depends on what you train your mind. These women look beautiful. If it is their tummies and weight that bother you, it’s because none of them is your mother or sister or wife. Look around and check out how for men and how “respectable” they look with their pot bellies. Hahaha!

  36. Charter says:

    ??????

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