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Cape Velvet is a favorite in and around Cape Town. There is lots of music and dancing till nightfall. Among many ethnic groups, first marriages historically were arranged with varying degrees of veto power by the potential bride and groom, but individual choice stressing companionship is becoming more common. The forest, except when it is penetrated by the great inland rivers, stands as a barrier between these outer limits of the region’s ecology.

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