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Synonyms for Ndebele

a Bantu language sometimes considered a dialect of Zulu


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The Barolong are too naive to believe that the Boers have noble intentions and will return the land of the Barolong once the Ndebele are chased out.
In doing so, Ndebele implicitly counters Levinasian notions of animal lives being constituted entirely of "struggle" and "might".
We discussed the art of the Ndebele, looking closely at their colored patterns through an array of authentic artifacts from this amazing tribe.
Njabulo Ndebele se "The cry of Winnie Mandela" en Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela se "A human being died that night" het onderskeidelik te make met twee kontroversiele openbare figure: Winnie Mandela en Eugene de Kock.
That is not to say that all divisions in African countries are as extreme as those in, say, Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe, where the Shona are fed and the Ndebele starved.
Brenda Sandra Ndebele, aged 35, of Links Road, Radford, Coventry, four charges of obtaining cash by deception, probation order for two years and community service order for 100 hours.
The Zulu, Xhosa and Ndebele cultures are highlighted.
The remarkable spatial, formal and decorative qualities of southern Ndebele art and architecture strongly affirm the identity of a displaced people.
The Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) commends the Minister of Correctional Services, Mr Sibusiso Ndebele for taking bold steps in addressing gender parity within his department.
Throughout his narratives, the Ndebele and the White colonialists are placed on equal terms as the worst enemies of the people, the Shona and Mutsvairo appears to be conscientizing the Shona against the ills perpetrated on their ancestors by them.
Zuma was nominated by the KZN's local ANC strongman, S'bu Ndebele (with whom Zuma did not get along), as the ANC's national deputy chairman "so that he [Ndebele] could become the provincial ANC chairman and therefore candidate premier".
Much later, in 2005, there were widespread allegations that Ndebele agents had been deployed in Harare during the iniquitous Operation Murambatsvina, which rendered hundreds of thousands of people homeless when their shacks were destroyed.
a steadfast and intelligent refusal to be trapped in a web of unstated assumptions behind the questions of the interviewer who already had an answer to his own question", Ndebele was equally dismissed.
Gathering the children around to read Maya Angelou's book, My Painted House, My Friendly Chicken, and Me (Knopf Books for Young Readers; 1994), then showing them a collection of Ndebele dolls and explaining their ritual and instructional purpose, proved to be more than enough inspiration to approach learning about the artistic life of this African tribe.