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The Swazi, a South African Kingdom
Part I: From Kingdom to Colony. From Clan to Colony. Kinship and Locality. Political Structure. Work and Health. Age and Education. The Supernatural. Continuity in Change. Part II: From Colony toExpand
An African Aristocracy: Rank Among the Swazi.
Zulu Zion and Some Swazi Zionists
Bengt Sundkler's-Bantu Prophets in South Africa (1948, second ed. 1961) has become widely known as a pioneering work on the life and ideology of Independent African Churches. After him, a large numExpand
Indian people in Natal
Indian People in Natal.
Kings, Commoners and Concessionaires: The Evolution and Dissolution of the Nineteenth-Century Swazi State
List of maps List of figures Preface 1. Introduction 2. The northern Nguni states 1700-1815 3. The conquest state 1820-1838 4. Factions and fissions: Mswati's early years 5. The balance tilts:Expand
An ethnographic description of a Hindustani marriage in Durban
SYNOPSIS In this, the second of three articles,2 I describe a marriage by Orthodox (Sanathan) rites among Hindi‐speaking Hindus in Durban. The family of the girl took the initiative in finding aExpand