KwaZulu-Natal

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Strathearn Stream

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

Stream

Stream

Street fight

KCAV 2269 Crayon 'Street Fight' John Nyawose, 17 years old Mandlesizwe School.

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:umKhangele

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.

Strychnos Magascariensis: uMkwakwa

Strychonos Madagacariensis: uMkwakwa fruit, found in Natal, Transvaal, Swaziland and Mozambique.

Strychnos Usambarensis:uMdlamalala

Strychnos Usambarensis known as Umdlamalala or uMphathiwenkosi-omnyama. The tree can be found in Natal, Transkei, Swaziland and Mozambique and used for stomach cramps.

Strychonos Spinosa" Maputaland

Strychonos Spinosa from Maputaland, both can be eaten by both humans and animals.

Strychonos Spinosa: Umhlala

Strychonos Spinosa:the green monkey. It is called uMlahla oluhlaza in isiXhosa or isiZulu, can be eaten by both humans and animals.

Stubborn Brute

Sketch of a young Brute.

Stucco sculpture by Ntuli and Molefe

Stucco sculpure by Ntuli, Molefe, Form III, Isibonelo Secondary School. 22.11.1962

Student Choir singing during the opening of the eMbo Community Centre by Dr. Nelson Mandela on 29 May 1998

Student Choir singing during the opening of the eMbo Community Centre by Dr. Nelson Mandela on 29 May 1998

Studies in indian employment in Natal

IN THE MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY the young Colony of Natal was faced with a shortage of suitable labour. The European settlers were too few to meet the requirements of the colony's development and in any case were unsuited to do much of the necessary work.

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