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SYNOPSIS After an introductory note about some traditions of expeditions sent by the Zulu despot, Shaka, to the Northern Transvaal, the author relates the migration of some Lemba people, who, coming from Belingwe in Southern Rhodesia, stayed for a couple of years with Shaka as the King's...
The Galla of Ethiopia. The Kingdoms of Kafa and Janjero. G. W. B. Huntingford. International African Institute, London; 1955. 154 pp., 6 maps. 16s.
SYNOPSIS Kituba of the southwest Belgian Congo originated as a highly simplified form of Kikongo used in inter‐tribal communication and in dealings with early European traders, explorers, etc. The spread of Kituba as a second language to speakers of many mutually unintelligible tribal languages...
SYNOPSIS Several additions may be made to Doke's and Schapera's compilations of the works of the early investigators of Bantu and Hottentot languages. These include American and Italian contributions and, in particular, the Rev. W. Elliott's article on Hottentot in 1845, in which he emphasized...
Zulu Syntax and‐Idiom. C. M. Doke. Longmans Green & Co., Cape Town; 1955. vi, 234 pp. 25s.
The Shona and Ndebele of Southern Rhodesia. Hilda Kuper, A. J. B. Hughes and J. van Velsen. International African Institute, London; 1955. viii, 131 pp., map. 15s. Inkuti pukunot oo 1Maasai. (Annotated African Texts, III: Maasai.) John Tompo Ole Mpaayei; edited by A. N. Tucker. Oxford University...
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