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SYNOPSIS Racial tensions in Africa revolve round questions of the status of the black man and his security in land tenure. The African's cultural adjustment to his changing environment has four main aspects: (a) his desire for western education; (b) his re‐assessment of his social institutions...
SYNOPSIS Most historians are mistaken in saying that ‘Ma Nthatisi and her Batlokoa ever crossed the Vaal River. The wars and plundering attributed to her and her tribe, the Batlokoa, were carried out by four other Basuto tribes who invaded the country north of the Vaal River. These four tribes,...
SYNOPSIS The relations discussed are dyadic, symmetrical relations of amity between individuals of the same sex. Of the five relations discussed, four arise from kinship ties and are obligatory ; the fifth, friendship proper, is a voluntary relation. The Konkomba system is one of small,...
The Fon and his Hundred Wives. Rebecca Reyher. (Gollancz, London ; 1953). 16s. Tribal Crafts of Uganda. M. Trowell and K.P. Wachsmann. (Oxford U.P.: 1953.) xxi, 423 pp., diagrams, plates, maps. 45s. The Tribes of Rustenburg and Pilansberg Districts. P. L. Breutz. (Government Printer, Pretoria:...
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