When an ox is slaughtered there are traditional regulations as to who gets which portion of meat.

Inguba - the meat between the intestines and the stomach wall is reserved for the elderly men;

Isibindi which is the "liver" is only for young men; and

Irhorho - the portion where the leg meets the body is for women.

Xhosa are the people living in south-east South Africa.

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