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Four women, four chiefships : case studies in the divergent choices and negotiations with power of Amakhosikazi in nineteenth-century Natal.
Although women’s status, roles and leadership opportunities in precolonial southern Africa, including within the Zulu kingdom, have been contested amongst historians for several decades, this study focuses specifically on ...
Practices of naming and the possibilities of home on American Zulu mission stations in Colonial Natal.
(University of KwaZulu-Natal., 2011)
From the 1840s, the American Zulu Mission (AZM) in Natal included a number of converts who took on Christian names after missionaries within the circle of the AZM, and after those missionaries’ American friends and relations. ...
The economic experimentation of Nembula Duze/Ira Adams Nembula, 1845 – 1886.
(University of KwaZulu-Natal., 2010)
This paper gives a short biography of Ira Adams Nembula, the Natal sugarcane manufacturer. Nembula's business and his family have been often mentioned but not fully described before in accounts of Natal's nineteenth-century ...