Zulu

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Cry, the Beloved Country
Cry, the Beloved Country
Cry, the Beloved Country
Cry, the Beloved Country: A milestone in literature
Dark ways
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.

Displaced Persons
Doll-maker and Sangoma Thembi Mchunu from Ndwedwe

Doll-maker and sangoma Thembi Mchunu from Ndwedwe, photographed by Terry-Ann Stevenson in 1989.

Elderly Zulu man with four wives, 1890

Black and white print 14.7 x 20.9cm fading

Elderly Zulu man, 1890

Black and white 16.5 x 12cm fading

Group of Zulu girls, 1890

Black and white print 16.5 x 12cm

Group of Zulu Girls, 1890

Black and white 16.4 x 12.1cm

Group of Zulu girls, 1890

Black and white print 17.6 x 14.9cm fading

Group of Zulu men, 1890

Black and white print 16.7 x 12cm fading

Headdress for married woman from Table Mountain area, 1983

Headdress for married woman from Table Mountain area, 1983

Headdress for married woman of uMsinga c1960s

Headdress for married woman from uMsinga, 1960s

Headdress for married woman, Table Mountain area 1983

Headdress for married woman from Table mountain areas 1983

Headdress married woman eMabomvini clan, uMsinga

Headdress for married woman of eMabomvini clan uMsinga, 1975

Headdress married woman eMabomvini clan, uMsinga

Headdress for married woman of eMabomvini clan uMsinga, 1975

Headdress married woman eMabomvini clan, uMsinga, 1970s

Headdress for married woman from eMabomvini clan of uMsinga c1970s

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