|Shacks at Havilland Road, Thusini. Cato Manor, October 1957||
Shacks at Havilland Road, Thusini. Cato Manor, October 1957
Col. Neg. sheet 25 5D
B/W Neg. sheet 429 1A
|Shacks at Mtimkulu being cleared, November 1960||
Shacks at Mtimkulu being cleared, November 1960
Col. Neg. sheet 18 2F
B/W Neg. sheet 422 2D
Heavy ivory bracelet that belonged to Shaka. It was given to Major Cowie by Dinuzulu as a mark of great friendship. It finally came into the possession of Sir Shane Leslie who asked the High Commissioner's office to send it back to South Africa for the Mashu Museum.
|Shaka's day, Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, Prime Minister of the Zulu Nation||
Shaka's day, Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, Prime Minister of the Zulu Nation
|Shakespeare "Shut up"||
Shakespeare "Shut up"
|Shale (stone) carving of Zulu woman||
Shale (stone) carving of Zulu woman by Ahrens Ndlovu of Matimatolo School. 1959., 16 years old.
|Shangaae married woman||
Shangaane married woman
Shangaan child - From Nylstroom 1961
Beaded Shangaan fertility doll.
KCAV 1830-1 Shangaan dolls. Sibasa. Grossert number 1020-1
A small headrest with carved rest on a double tier base. It can be used as a headrest or stool.
Wooden sculpture of a Shangaan woman, draped in beadwork.It was made by Solomon Sedibane a Pedi sculpture in 1960.This sculputure is one of those exhibited in South Africa and New York, The exhibition was commissioned by the department of Bantu Education..
KCAV 1833 Shangaan skirt. Transvaal . Grossert number 1050
|Shangane boy wearing contemporary patched trouser (umblaselo)||
Shangane boy wearing contemporary patched trouser (umblaselo)
|Shangane married woman||
Shangane married woman
Shangani monument, Matoppos Rhodesia
|Sharp Grenville 1735-1813||
|Shaw Alexander 1860||
Shaw Alexander 1860