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  • Mlondo, Anthony (1994)
    This study has been made possible by our desire to analyse critically p.B.Z.Ntuli's poetic contributions. An examination of the various themes covered by Ntuli in his poetry received our particular attention and scrutiny. ...
  • Ntaka, Mfundo Goodwill (2007)
    Music plays a vital role in African cultures and permeates all the spheres of life. Music is part and parcel of culture in African societies. Music informs culture, and culture also informs music. The study of African music ...
  • Mdletshe, Nonhlanhla Diligence (University of Zululand, 1988)
    Naming among Black people results from specific events that have taken place prior or after a certain occurence, for instance, some places and personal names, are named after some historical events and family matters ...
  • Xala, Zweli Effort (1996)
    In this work an attempt is made to discuss a noun prefix in general. Particular attention is given to moving away from the thought that the noun prefix is only the part of the noun that is agreement giving. It also ...
  • Khumalo, Zamokwakhe Lincoln Mthokozisi (1995)
    Blose, in the drama Uqomisa Mina Nje Uqomisa IIiba, seems to portray many things, especially love at various levels among people. The idea of love appears to be the central theme of the drama whereby the dramatist shows ...
  • Nkuna, Khulisile Judith (2001)
    This study looks at the portrayal of women in siSwati drama. The main aim is to reveal how women are portrayed in siSwati drama. In real life women are usually portrayed negatively. This is due to cultural directives that ...
  • Sabelo, Nonhlanhla Omic (1990)
    This study is a review of the Possessive in Zulu. Many grammarians that have dealt with the possessive in Zulu over—emphasised the structure of the possessive thus very often neglecting the meaning of the possessive ...
  • Mahlasela, Esau Mohlophehi Rramatsa (2002)
    Chapter one outlines the aim of the study, research design and the statement of problem It further explains the methods of research that will be used. A theoretical background is discussed to clarify the research ...
  • Cele, Phillip Magaye (2010)
    Lolu cwaningo luyimizamo nemvuselelo yamasiko aphathelene nokugana, ukuganwa nokuganiswa. Kubhekisiswa amasiko agcinwayo kule micimbi ukuze kungaveli izinkinga ezinye zazo ezingaba ukungatholi abantwana. Umcwaningi ...
  • Mahlasela, Esau Mohlophehi Rramatsa. (1988)
    This dissertation treats Vowel Raising as a part of Assimilation in Southern Sotho. Assimilation as a concept in any language is a broad concept that includes consonantal and vowel- influences that have been juxtaposed. ...
  • Madondo, Louis Musawenkosi Muziwenhlanhla S'Nothi (2000)
    Topics falling under evaluative morphology have been wrongly placed in most grammar books dealing with African languages. cf. Doke (1956), Ziervogel and Mabuza (1996) and Nyembezi (1965) have placed diminutives ...
  • Sibiya, Nakanjani Goodenough (2001)
    The scope of this study will cover twenty one-act radio plays that Ntuli has written from 1965 to 2000. Most of these plays have been broadcast by Ukhozi FM over the years and are available on tapes at the S.AB.C. archives ...
  • Madondo, Louis Musawenkosi Muziwenhlanhla S'Nothi (2001)
    Word-formation has received very little attention in isiZulu in the past. This situation has been caused by the approach of word analysis which was pioneered by grammarians like Doke (1956), Nyembezi (1965) and others that ...
  • Mashiyane, Jacob Zwelabo (2002)
    In this research an attempt has been made at taking a socio Unguis tic view of the South Ndebele language. Particular attention was spent on the manner in which the ever-changing circumstances in life put pressure on the ...
  • Khathi, Themba Mizrael (1991)
    In this study an attempt is made to expose the importance and the place of Mkhize's short stories. So far there isn't much scientific material on this subject although the writing of short stories appears to be gaining ...
  • Zibani, Armstrong Nkosenhle (1999)
    The aim of this study is to see if Msimang does emulate the plasticity of the sculptor. Does he make us see and feel what he desires us to see and feel in his poetry? It is the aim of this study to see if the form and ...
  • Zulu, George S'duduzo (University of Zululand, 1991)
    This dissertation discusses the structure and content of C.S.Z.Ntuli's essays. The study however covers a wider scope, from the origin and development of Zulu essays. It also concentrates on the subjects discussed by Ntuli ...
  • Msibi, Sibongile Constance (2001)
    This study focuses on the study of J.P. Shongwe's poetry. The introductory chapter reveals the actual aim of this study. Shongwe's biographical note clarifies his whole background and social life, factors and circumstances ...
  • Gumede, Khanyisile Maureen Thembelihle. (University of Zululand, 1988)
    The study deals with Zulu names of people as a prominent culture trait of the Zulus. It is a universal pattern of culture that every newly born child IS given a name to identify his nationality, sex and also his personality ...
  • Ngema, Vusabantu (2007)
    Indigenous people today are seeking to transcend the history of pain and loss that began with the coming of Europeans into our world. In the past 500 years, our people have suffered murderous onslaughts of greed and ...

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