Zulu


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a member of the tall Negroid people of eastern South Africa

a Bantu language of considerable literary importance in southeastern Africa

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identify problematic vocabulary from Zulu literature texts that pause difficulties to Ndebele readers
It was only in the 1980s that Zulu ceramics were seriously considered in a fine art context in South Africa.
HEROIC The Battle of Rorke's Drift as depicted in the film Zulu, starring Stanley Baxter and Michael Caine
The best way we can describe it is that we think they are about equally quiet, but where the Zulu sounds like flying in a really quiet airplane, the Bose A20 sounds like sitting in a quiet room with someone piping in a bit of airplane noise.
Shaka Zulu is named after his great, great-grandfather.
For Zulu women there is power inequity, as they are often financially dependent and expected to be tolerant of gender-specific sexual behaviours.
But the brave Zulu warriors who died in their thousands got no official recognition.
6) There, Major Dartnell's mounted troops spotted a band of several hundred Zulu warriors.
As Benedict Carton explores in his substantial introduction, the post-apartheid moment has generated a contradictory and (largely) unexpected development with regards to discourses of Zulu identity.
In 1886 the Zulu population of Natal numbered 361,766.
Zulu brings to NBS Bank valuable experience and expertise which the bank believes will be key to its transformation,' the bank said.
Minister Zulu challenged her Chinese counterparts and Chinese businesses to help open their markets to South Africas small and medium businesses.
More than 1,300 were killed at the Battle of Isandlwana when an invading British force's camp was overwhelmed by 12,000 warriors - as seen in the 1979 film Zulu Dawn.
The town will see parades, displays and spectacular performances, including King Cetshwayo: The Musical, which portrays the life of King Cetshwayo, leader of the Zulu Kingdom during the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879, through a powerful new musical, featuring live music, traditional shembe dance, projection and storytelling on August 23-25.
THE first thing that catches your eye in Lichfield Cathedral's regimental chapel is the array of Zulu shields.