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" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon in a round shape on a medium sized handle that has round incisions in the middle known as 'Amabele' ans ahut shaped tip.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon with a wide handle that has incisions in the middle and a sharp tip.It came from the Msinga area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon in a round shape, with a long handle that has horizontal incisions in the middle and a hut shape tip. It came from the Msinga area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon in a round shape with a long handle that has a rectangular incision in the middle. The spoon came from the Msinga area in KwaZulu-Natal.

" Zulu Wooden Spoon"

Wooden carved spoon with a long handle with horizontal incisions and a hut shaped tip. The spoon came from the Msinga area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Zulu Wooden Spoons"

Two wooden carved big spoons, linked together by chains. They have a black design on the edges.These were donated by Mr. S Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

"Amabhande"

Multi colored beaded belts with messages on them.

"Amabhande"

Multicolored beaded belts with messages in them.

"Ceremonie, funebre des habitants de Guinee"

Black and white scene of a funeral ceremony in Guinee.

"Chicken Man"

"Chicken man"

Pietermaritzburg 

"Coremonie religieuse des peuples de Guinee 'a"

Black and white scene of a religious ceremony.

"Faction Fight"

"Faction Fight"

"Imbhenge"

A small sized telephone wire basket known as 'Imbhenge in IsiZulu' . It is brown, white and blue in color and is used as a kitchen utensil.

"Imbhenge"

Small beer cover made out of wire and colorful wool.

"Inkosi Mkhize" speaking to the audiences, eMbo Community Health Centre, 29 May 1998

"Inkosi Mkhize" speaking to the audiences, eMbo Community Health Centre, 29 May 1998

"Inkosi" Zulu method of saluting a superior

"Inkosi" Zulu method of saluting a superior

"Inkosi" Zulu method of saluting a superior 

"Inkosi" Zulu method of saluting a superior

"Iphini"

A medium sized ladle known as 'Iphini' in isiZulu with short flat head and handle with amasumpa in the middle.

"Iphinifa"

Beaded apron in different colors.

"Isibambha"

A pair of colorful beaded belts called 'Isibambha'.

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