The Zou tribe is also called the Cao tribe.
The Zou did not have a class system, but they had several special status characters:
Boss: Fixedly inherited by one family.
Marshal: Commander of battle, headhunting, and sometimes leader. If the fighting is frequent, there will be several recruits.
Warrior: A tribe with special merit on the battlefield.
The meeting place of the Zou tribe is called "Kuba", but only men of the tribe can enter, and non-tribe and women cannot enter. The Shaarua men's gathering is called "Tapulailia".
The most important rituals in the Zou tribe are the "seeding sacrifice", "homeyaya (millet harvest sacrifice)" and "mayasvi (mayasvi)". The Zou tribe's annual mayasvi (Mayasvi) is currently held by Dabang and Tefuye separately, and mayasvi is translated as a war ritual. The most important sacrificial ritual of the Shaarrua is "miatungusu" (shellfish sacrifice). There is no "mayasvi (war sacrifice)" for Zou.