The Clinch TV - 'Musangwe' Part 2

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Two men fight during a traditional Venda fist-fighting match called Musangwe. According to tradition no women are allowed to participate or watch because if their husbands are defeated, women could lose their respect for their spouses.

Two men fight during a traditional Venda fist-fighting match called Musangwe. According to tradition no women are allowed to participate or watch because if their husbands are defeated, women could lose their respect for their spouses.

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Two men fight during a traditional Venda fist-fighting match called Musangwe. According to tradition no women are allowed to participate or watch because if their husbands are defeated, women could lose their respect for their spouses.

Two men fight during a traditional Venda fist-fighting match called Musangwe. According to tradition no women are allowed to participate or watch because if their husbands are defeated, women could lose their respect for their spouses.

JOHANNESBURG - In the second of this two-part special, eNCA reporter Ronald Masinda investigates the taboo subject of traditional medicine in one of the most incredible combat sports in Africa, the bare-knuckle boxing tradition of the Venda people known as Musangwe.

After the report, Ronald joins Simon in The Clinch studio to talk about his incredible assignment in Limpopo and the future of the sport.