Zulu

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Zulus as Gandhiji saw them
Zululand, 1879-1887

A History of Natal has established a place for itself as a standard work of reference in libraries, schools and homes. Now, in paperback for the first time, it becomes available to yet another generation of readers. ...

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.

Battling with Banality

This article deals with the history of nineteenth-century KwaZulu Natal, in particular the history of the British invasion of Zululand in 1879. While it used to be apartheid which threatened critical South African history, today it is competition and the free market.

Zulu woman with a beaded doll

Zulu woman with a beaded doll.

Zulu young girls and an infant.

Two Zulu young girls and an infant.

PC149: Eleanor Nash Collection: 'Tradition and modern Zulu women'

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Two Zulu traditionally dressed women and western dressed man

Two Zulu traditionally dressed women and western dressed man

Zulu man and a woman from Ndwedwe

Zulu man and a woman from Ndwedwe.

Zulu girl holding a child

Zulu girl holding a child.

Zulu child

Zulu child from Table Mountain, KZN.

Two Zulu traditionally dressed females and western dressed man

Two Zulu traditionally dressed females and western dressed man

Two girls and a courting youth

Two Zulu girls and a courting youth.

Two Zulu traditionally dressed females and western dressed man

Two Zulu traditionally dressed woman and western dressed man.

"A Zulu Kafir, Natal"

"A Zulu Kafir, Natal"

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Painting of a Zulu woman wearing Isicholo/Inkehli with a child. 

"Zulu Caffer"

"Zulu Caffer"

Letter from a friend to Phyllis Naidoo

Hallow there! How do you do? I hope you are still doing fine over there.

Umthunduluka tree (Ximenia caffra) nesr the old umuzi where King Shaka was born, photo by S. Watts

Umthunduluka tree (Ximenia caffra) nesr the old umuzi where King Shaka was born, photo by S. Watts

"Zulu War Dance"

"Zulu War Dance"

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