The Tshifhasi dance is similar to Tshigombela dance but it is performed by young men (mutukana) and young unmarried girls (Khomba). It is a dance for entertainment and to show respect to the chief but mostly it's a dance used to show happiness.
The Soutpansberg Mountains of the Limpopo Province in South Africa is the home of the Venda people, the smallest black nation in South Africa. The Venda culture is steep in the spirit world and finds expression in their woodcarvings, pottery and the decoration of their buildings.
When Tshifhasi is performed, a drum is played while others are singing along. In many cases songs which are sung at this dance are praising their kings and general issues happening in that particular time. The main idea behind this dance is to educate the youth not to be sexual active before they get married.