|Chemchemi Newsletter, no. 6, September 1964|
|Cape and back skirt worn by married woman from Ndwendwe||
Cape and back skirt worn together(so as to be visually one) by married woman from the Ndwedwe area. Worn for day of registration of marriage. c1975+
|Brass armband or Igxotha. Zulu.||
Brass armband or Igxotha. Zulu. Donated to Kille Campbell by Reverend Mpanza of Glacourt, Greenvale, Donnybrok.
|Brass armband of Igxotha. Zulu||
Brass armband or Igxotha. Zulu. Donated to Killie Campbell by Reverend Mpanza of Glacourt, Greenvale, via Donnybrook.
|Books new and old: A human document|
|Bhambatha - photographs and history|
|Better than 'Uncle Toms Cabin'|
|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.
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 17|
|Africa in Black and White|
|'Evil City' makes first time winner|
|"Zulu War Dance"||
"Zulu War Dance"
|"A Zulu Kafir, Natal"||
"A Zulu Kafir, Natal"
|"A young Zulu in gala dress"||
"A young Zulu in gala dress"