The 'Donga', or stick fight, is practised by Suri tribesmen in southern Ethiopia at the end of each harvest. It sees men fight in little MailOnline US - news, sport, celebrity, science and health stories . The Suri tribe inhabit the Omo Valley near Kibbish in southern Ethiopia. Children Share this article. Share.
The 'Donga', or stick fight, is practised by Suri tribesmen in southern Ethiopia at the Suri tribe in Ethiopia battle each other with sticks Original article...
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A warrior drains a cow's blood which will be downed by a fighter before battle. It sees men fight in little or no clothing as a means of impressing women and finding a wife. A tribeswoman with a lip plate wearing a skinned animal carcass on her head. Men who triumph in brutal and bloody donga fights are considered heroes by the rest of the village and wider tribe. Such is the importance of the rituals that cows are only killed on special occasions The warriors then have to drink the blood quickly before it coagulates. Bruce explains the value of cattle in Suri life.