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Southern African Sotho Names for Babies By Dimakatso Maleka-Karas
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This is the first ever book on African Sotho names with comprehensive listings by male, female, unisex and other categories including the original Sotho meaning of the names.
Southern African Sotho Names for Babies By Dimakatso Maleka-Karas
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This is the first ever book on African Sotho names with comprehensive listings by male, female, unisex and other categories including the original Sotho meaning of the names.
South African Traditional Recipies By GJ van Niekerk
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South African Traditional cuisine - recipes influenced by many cultures over hundreds of years. Outdoors and indoors recipes that came through the years, and which is now household recipes, and... More > passed and sometimes slightly adapted, from one generation to the next. Diverse cooking methods that stems from the 1800's when there were no facilities, apart from open fires, and living and cooking in the outdoors. This lead to the development of unique measures and ways to support a diverse, healthy diet, where no wastage could be afforded despite the lack of facilities etc. Due to the "trekking", meal times, especially dinner and Sunday lunch times, were very important social affairs, where many tales, planning and the exchange of news and new ideas with regards to handling, acting and social skills protocols were exchanged, especially, since due to the "trekking", many new cultures and different climates etc. were found and experienced, each with its unique rules of acceptable behavior and social protocols.< Less
The Amazwi Villager, Issue 1 (July 2007) By (AW Publishing) Amazwi School of Media Arts
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Amazwi SOMA educates & empowers rural South African women in nonfiction storytelling, ensuring their voices are heard & recorded. SOMA offers a 10-month, apprentice-style certificate in... More > Narrative Journalism & Fieldwork Studies, currently serving 15 Shangaan & Sotho women, ages 22-34. Students-mentored by instructors from the US, UK & Australia-contribute work to The Villager as part of their curriculum. Issue 1 story topics include: Border Crossing:living illegally in SA, Government Grant Fraud, Murder in Powerline City, Epilepsy & Depression, AIDS in rural South Africa, & more... Each issue includes stories under the topics of Community, Culture, Arts & Crafts, Government, Conservation and Health. / Editor-in-Chief: Maggie Messitt / Art Director: Lucy Sharbanee / Associate Editors: Sheri Booker, Margaret Hepp, Tom Spurling, Andrew Starner & Emily True / Sponsors: The Lonely Planet Foundation, Big Foot Entertainment & IAFT (www.study-film.com)/ VISIT: www.amazwi.org< Less