uMgungundlovu: through the eyes of the izinceku podcast

James Stuart was a colonial official and a prolific recorder of oral historical materials in Natal in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In the early 1900s, he recorded accounts of life in the Zulu capital, uMgungundlovu, from Lunguza kaMpukane, Thununu kaNonjiya , Ngidi kaMcikaziswa and Sivivi kaMaqungo. In 1925, Stuart published parts of these accounts in a school … Read more