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The use of personal names in respect of the living-dead within traditional polygynous families in Kwamambulu, Kranskop.
The thesis underpinning this dissertation is based on the Zulu people’s belief in the living-dead and the fact that the latter control the lives of their living descendants. The living descendants use names to express their ...
Tanzanian university students' motivation for studying Kiswahili as an academic subject.
The teaching and learning of indigenous African languages in most African countries has been plagued by various challenges. Dwindling student enrolment rates have been cited as one of these challenges. This has been ...
Ingcindezelo engokobuhlanga njengoba ivezwa ubucikomazwi besiZulu.
Lolu cwaningo lubheka ingcindezelo ngokobuhlanga emibhalweni yobucikomzawi besiZulu ebhalwe ngesikhathi sobandlululo nangesikhathi senkululeko eNingizimu Afrika. Lucwaninga indikimba yengcindezelo emibhalweni yeminxa ...
Naming of the informal settlements in Pietermaritzburg and Durban.
Abstract available in both English and isiZulu in pdf.
Conscientisation : a motive behind the selected poems of Sepamla, Serote, Gwala and Mtshali.
The thesis looks at how the poets Sepamla, Serote, Gwala and Mtshali (SSGM) make concerted efforts to demonstrate how different forms of social activities have sought to whitewash black people in believing myths about ...
Indikimba yokudingiswa ezinkondlweni zikaMazisi Kunene zesiZulu.
Lona ngumsebenzi wocwaningo ohlelwe ngokwalezi zahluko eziyisikhombisa.Ucwaningo olwenziwe kulo msebenzi lumayelana nendikimba yokudingiswa etholakala ezinkondlweni zesiZulu zikaMazisi Kunene. Isahluko sokuqala Kulesi ...
The indigenous knowledge systems based on religion and healing as encapsulated in O.E.H.M. Nxumalo and L.B.Z. Buthelezi's poetry.
This study concerns itself with indigenous knowledge systems related to religion and healing as encapsulated in Nxumalo and Buthelezi's poetry. Most of the poems referenced in this study are laced with religion and healing, ...
Feminist discourse analysis in four selected Zulu literary texts beyond 'woman as a victim'.
The study’s hypothesis was that the condition of women in Zulu patriarchal society as reflected in the selected Zulu literary texts is still intolerable. Some female and male authors tend to echo social tendencies and ...