Zulu

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Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 17
Shaka the Great
Clothing dry bones: The Myth of Shaka
Chemchemi Newsletter, no. 6, September 1964
Installation of a native chief (Ngcobo chief?)

Slaughtered ox during the installation ceremony of a Zulu chief.

Headdress for married woman from Table Mountain area, 1983

Headdress for married woman from Table Mountain area, 1983

Headdress for married woman, Table Mountain area 1983

Headdress for married woman from Table mountain areas 1983

Kerchiefs, rags and face towels used either as ties for around head, legs or sticks by males and female in Ndwedwe, uMbumbulu and Pietermaritzburg areas

Black and red face-towels joined. Yellow spotted face-towel specially made for Kheswa. All are used either as ties around head, legs or sticks by traditional males and females in Ndwedwe, uMbumbulu, and Pietermaritzburg areas.

V shape kerchief

V cut shape and rick-rack decorated kerchief made by seamstress of Kwa Kheswa. "Specialist in Zulu dress" , 11 Victoria Street Durban, 1985

Headdress married woman from uMsinga c1960s

Headdress for married woman from uMsinga

Headdress married woman, uMsinga, 1960s

Headdress for married woman from uMsinga 1960s

Headdress for married woman of uMsinga c1960s

Headdress for married woman from uMsinga, 1960s

Headdress married woman uMsinga c1970s

Headdress for married woman from uMsinga

Headdress married woman eMabomvini clan, uMsinga, 1970s

Headdress for married woman from eMabomvini clan of uMsinga c1970s

Headdress married woman eMabomvini clan, uMsinga, c1970s

Detachable headdress with grass basketry base covered with imitation synthetic gathered to sides of head and cought in tight coil at ends. Zulu married woman headdress from eMabomvini clan area of Msinga c1970s

Headdress married woman eMabomvini clan, uMsinga, 1975

Headdress for married woman from Mabomvini clan of uMsinga, 1975

Headdress married woman eMabomvini clan, uMsinga

Headdress for married woman of eMabomvini clan uMsinga, 1975

Headdress married woman eMabomvini clan, uMsinga

Headdress for married woman of eMabomvini clan uMsinga, 1975

Cape and back skirt worn by married woman from Ndwendwe

Cape and back skirt worn together(so as to be visually one) by married woman from the Ndwedwe area. Worn for day of registration of marriage. c1975+

Doll-maker and Sangoma Thembi Mchunu from Ndwedwe

Doll-maker and sangoma Thembi Mchunu from Ndwedwe, photographed by Terry-Ann Stevenson in 1989.

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