Modern c1930 Stool - Stretcher + Cane Seat, ball and claw feet - Stinkwood
Stool - Oak
Strand street, Cape Town
|Strand Street, Cape Town||
Strand Street, Cape Town
A peaceful scene of the Strathearn stream.
|Stray cattle upsetting refuse bins on Booth Road, Cato Manor, June 1959||
Stray cattle upsetting refuse bins on Booth Road, Cato Manor, June 1959.
Col. Neg. sheet 16 2B
B/W Neg. sheet 417 1G
|Stray cattle upsetting refuse on Booth Road, Cato Manor, June 1959||
Stray cattle upsetting refuse on Booth Road, Cato Manor, June 1959.
Col. Neg. sheet 16 3B
B/W Neg. sheet 417 2G
KCAV 2269 Crayon 'Street Fight' John Nyawose, 17 years old Mandlesizwe School.
|Street scene, possibly Durban (1)||
Label on page: [West St.?]
|Street scene, possibly Durban (2)||
Label on page: "Cnr. Gardiner & (West St?), Durban (Note: Hulston & Smith Auctioneers ... were situated in Gardiner St.)"
|Street scene, possibly Durban (3)||
Label on back of photo: West St., Durban (during Royal Visit? Date?) Donated by B.M. Randles, 1983
Randles family papers (KCM 92/11) ;
|Street scene, possibly in Pietersburg [Polokwane], former Northern Transvaal, December 1905||
Label on back of photograph: (? Pietersburg) December 1905 (Neg.Sh. 347, F.4)
Description: Early twentieth-century. There is a sign on one of the buildings, "Meat Market Ely & Parker"
James Robert Webster papers (KCM 92/3) ;
File 4 (KCM 92/3/4)
|Street with Houses||
KCAV 2165 Tempera paint " street with houses" by student Ndaleni Training School.
|Strychnos Decussata: Umkhangele Tree||
Umkhangele or Mlahlankosi tree can also be used ti create musical instruments.
Strychnos Decussata known as umKhangele in isXhosa used with crocodile fat to treat stomach ached.
|Strychnos Gerradii: Gulagula||
Gulagula fruit edible to both animals and humans.
|Strychnos Gerradii: umGuluguhla||
Strychnos Gerradii: umGuluguhla which is found in Natal.
|Strychnos Henningsii Umqalothi||
uMqalothi leaves which can be dried up and used to treat skin problems.
|Strychnos Henninsii: umNonono||
Strychonos Henningsii: umNonono fruit can be used to treat nausea, intestinal worms and pains.