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SYNOPSIS In 1791 Jacob van Reenen, who kept the journal of an expedition sent from Cape Town to search for possible survivors from the Grosvenor East Indiaman, wrecked on the coast of Pondoland in 1782, reported the existence of Bantu clans of mixed blood, some of whose ancestors were European...
SYNOPSIS Among the Ibo of Southern Nigeria is a cult object known as Ikeŋga. It is associated with good fortune, success, ability and the strength of the right arm. It is represented by a carved wooden figure of a man with rams horns on his head and a machet in one hand and a human head in the...
Native Law in South Africa. S. M. Seymour. (Juta, Cape Town: 1953.) 280 pp. 525. 6d. The Native Common Law of Immovable Property in South Africa. A. J. Kerr. (Butter‐worth, Durban: 1953.) 68 pp. 20s.
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