Campbell Collections

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Bhaca women of Richmond

Three traditional married women from the Zaca family of Matakane (Hela Hela valley). The wig over the eye of short red wool is characteristic of this stage. They say they wear this hair-style for the first three years of marriage. Photographed by I. Bindha (KCAL Staff) 27.2. 1990

Bhaca women

Bhaca women of Hela Hela, Richmond. Photographed of the University of Natal car, a TOYOTA Corolla, 16L. For more details see image KCB 7356-7

Bhaca women of Richmond

Traditional women of the Mtolo family outside Mr Jay Singh (18 Beaulieu St Richmond, 03322-2817) mobile shop- Stolo gijima. He comes to the Valley on Tuesdays and Sarturdays, 12-1pm. Photographed by I. Bin, 27.2.1990

Bhaca women

Traditional women of the Mtolo family outside Mr Jay singh mobile shop(18 Bealieu Richmond) stologijima. He comes to the village on Tuesday's and Saturday'a 12-1pm. Photographed by I.Bind (27.2.1990. Third photograph is of  University of Natalcar, a Toyota Corolla, 16L

Engaged Khuze girl

Girl on the left is dressed for the photograph as a 'Ganile' (engaged girl on a trial marriage to future in-laws). The back apron was a family heirloom of the family of Fakazile Mchunu.

"Nhlalwane - Where my wife was born" - Gerard Bhengu

"Nhlalwane - Where my wife was born" - Gerard Bhengu

Khuluma Ngenduku

Khuluma Ngenduku

Black woman cooking

Black woman carrying a baby on her back, cooking.

Engaged Bhaca girl

Girl on the left is dressed for photograph as  a "Ganile" (engaged girl on a trial marriage to future in-laws). The back apron was a family heirloom of the family of Fakazile Mchunu.

Old Zulu man with head ring

Portrait of an old Zulu man with head ring

Portrait of an old Zulu man

Portrait of an old Zulu Man

Engaged Khuze girl

Engaged girl of the Khuze clan with her hair being lengthened in preparation for marriage, Creighton area 1930. From Kohler, Dr. M. Marriage customs in Southern  Natal. Ethnological publication Vol. IV. Pretoria: Government Printer, 1935.

Young Nhlangwini man

Face-cuts on the face of a young Nhlangwini man in Ixopo area c1940. From: Hallet, L.G. African tribes employed on the Witwatersrand Gold Mines, Johannesburg, 1944.

Married woman

Married woman with small child. traditionally dressed

Traditional junior girl

Traditional junior girl

iqhikiza

Traditional senior girl or iqhikiza

Outfit

Outfit worn by a dancing youth ( a married man may wear the same but for the beadwork) of the Khuze of highflats 1983. this outfit is worn by a friend of the Mbanjwa family.

Hela Hela valley

 Various scenes of Nissan 1400 of KCAL member being pulled out of the Nadleni road mud.

Outfit

Outfit worn by a courting youth of the Khuze of Highflats 1983. the original outfit worn by a member of Mbanjwa family and photographed at Bobson studio.

Wire Toy

Boy from Mchunu homestead with wire tractor loaded with wood

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