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Ulwazi Programme Survey
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Umlenze wamadoda

Umlenze wamadoda Njengoba nginabile ekhasini lokuqala ngehlambo ebelenziwe ngomunye wosokhaya bakoKhanyile, lelikhasi likhombisa enye yemibukiso ethathwe kulolusuku. Lombukiso ukhombisa ibandla linikwa umlenze wokosiwa esibayeni. Njengoba uma kuhlatshwe inkomo, inyama ihlukaniswa ngononina, kukhona enikwa abalobokazi njengesifuba sayo inkomo, ibele lona elinikwa amadoda nayo kanye nomlenze nawo onikwa abathile.   Brief Overview This video shows the men […]

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Zulu Song Cycle

If you have plans to be in Cape Town at the end of the month do yourself a favour and book tickets now for Zulu Song Cycle. Composer and cellist, Dr Thokozani Mhlambi, will perform a compilation of songs in a format inspired by the German Lieder form, where individual songs are performed in a sequence as a single unit. […]

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Baby names

Zulu Baby Names

Traditionally a Zulu child is named before he or she is born, so the pressure on parents to find the right name is even greater than in Western society, where parents often wait until the right name ‘comes to them’. Zulu names are famous for their meanings, and are often descriptive of the circumstances when […]

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Siyafunda: We are Learning

In a country with terrifyingly low literacy rates – according to research released by the University of Pretoria in December last year, eight out of 10 Grade 4 pupils in South Africa can’t read at an appropriate level – the importance of education, and good quality supporting educational material, can’t be underestimated. Even more important is […]

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