|Workshop Papers hosted by IsiZulu Program||
I write to report that the workshop, which was hosted by lsiZulu Program, was a greatsuccess. The Dean of the F acuity of Humanities made a contribution when he...
|Report back on a Trip to Etsheni (at a picture), near Umzinto Jolivet, undertaken by Zulu honours students studying a rural tourism module||
I write to report that on Saturday, 22 July 2000 we went for an outing with the Zulu Honours students to a place called ETSHENI near JOLIVET or UMZINTO. We traveled in five vehicles:
At this point in time, it is important to give a brief discussion of why we feel that ETsheni is the most appropriate place to target for tourist attraction.
|Religio-Cultural Dynamics of the San and Their Influence on Zulu Religion and Culture||
There are numerous heritage-tourism artifacts and creative talent in the Ugu region enabling the place to serve as a heritage-tourism destiny......
|Proposal for Princess Mkabayi Beadwork Society||
Junod, (1938: 36) remarks that" .... in spite of all the positive elements to be found in the Bantu languages, a very definite defect in the Bantu [as is proven], is their poor system of numeration"
|Different Colours of Beads and the Meaning Assigned to them||
White beads symbolise purity and they are mainly used by the diviners because they have a belief that the ancestors that they worship like white things which are not associated with evil.