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Bhaca women of Richmond, MaSwazini area, Sithole family

Two Bhaca  traditional women of the Sithole family of EmaSwazini, Richmond, 5 October 1989, by Yvonne Winters

Bhaca women of Richmond, MaSwazini area

Two Bhaca traditional women of the Sithole family of Emaswazini, Ndaleni, Richmond, 5 October 1989. Photographed by Yvonne Winters when visiting Balungile (Banigile) Mbhele with R. Msomi and B. Tyrrell. 1/9/93. 

Traditional Bride or umakoti of Richmond

Traditional Makoti or Bride, photographed in Richmond city center in November 1989

Bhaca girls of Richmond, Hela Hela Valley; Mtolo family

The girls of the Amajongosi (girl's who have no boyfriends), the one on right in a plastic fringed dance skirt with beer-bottle top rattles around the top. Neither girl would sell this dress as it was their own for special occasions. The beadwork however was borrowed.

Bhaca girls of Richmond, Hela Hela Valley; Mtolo family

Two girls of the Amajongosi age-group (girl's who have no boyfriends), the one on right in a plastic fringed skirt with beer-bottle top rattles around the top. Neither girls would sell this as it was own for special occasions. The beadwork however was borrowed.

Hela Hela Valley, Bhaca women

Traditional women buying from two mobile shops. The nearer one and the one showing a man serving at a grill being that of Mr. J. Singh (of 18 Beaulieu St. Richmond 03322-2817) photographed by I. Bindha (KCAL staff) 27.2.1990

Hela Hela Valley, Bhaca women

Traditional women buying from two mobile shops. The nearer one and the one showing a man serving at grill being that of Mr. Jay Singh (18 Beaulieu St. Richmond, 03322-2817). Photographed by I. Bindha (KCAL staff) 27.2.1990

Mtolo and Zaca families of Richmond Hela Hela (KwaHelele) Valley

Beginning of loading up of truck (belonging to a member of the Mtolo family) with umbondo gifts (gifts of groceries and beer for senior girls boyfriends family) Mtolo family, Matakane (Hela Hela= KwaHelele), photographed by Yvonne Winters, 5.3.1990.

Mtolo and Zaca families of Richmond Hela Hela (KwaHelele) Valley

Beginning of loading up of truck(belonging to a member of the Mtolo family) with umbondo gifts (gifts of groceries and beer for senior girls boyfriends family) Mtolo family, Matakane (Hela Hela) photographed by Yvonne Winters, 5.3.1990

Hela Hela Valley, Bhaca women

Various scenes of the Mtolo and Zaca families of Matakane (Hela Hela) photographed by Yvonne Winters (KCAL staff)

Bhaca families of Richmond, Hela Hela Valley; Mtolo and Zaca

Various scenes of the Mtolo and Zaca families of Matakane (Hela Hela) photographed by Yvonne Winters (KCAL staff)

Young married Bhaca women from the Zaca family of Matakane (Hela Hela valley)

Young married women from Zaca family of Matakane, Hela Hela Valley

Young married Bhaca women from the Zaca family of Matakane (Hela Hela valley)

Young married women from the Zaca family of Matakane, Hela Hela Valley.

Young married Bhaca women from the Zaca family of Matakane (Hela Hela valley)

Young married Bhaca women from the Zaca family of Matakane (Hela Hela valley)

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

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