This image shows the meaning of "kraal". which is a enclose for cows, or can be used to refer to a specific area or tribe that is under a certain chief. "...a chief has ordered a kraal to be built..."-p.299

This image shows the meaning of "kraal". which is a enclose for cows, or can be used to refer to a specific area or tribe that is under a certain chief.a chief has ordered a kraal to be

Tíxo is the Xosa word for the higher being. "He prays, Tíxo, we give thanks to Thee for Thy unending mercy." I feel like this picture represents what people would be grateful for being created by a higher power.

Tíxo is the Xosa word for the higher being. "He prays, Tíxo, we give thanks to Thee for Thy unending mercy." I feel like this picture represents what people would be grateful for being created by a higher power.

"....Father Beresford and the other Kafferboeties say it must not be so." The Kafferboeties were the white supporters of the black population, but the word means literally little brother.

Father Beresford and the other Kafferboeties say it must not be so." The Kafferboeties were the white supporters of the black population, but the word means literally little brother.

This pin shows the meaning of a "kloof", which means ravine, or steep valley. "It holds the rain and the mist, and they seep into the ground, feeding the steams in every kloof."-p.33

This pin shows the meaning of a "kloof", which means ravine, or steep valley. "It holds the rain and the mist, and they seep into the ground, feeding the steams in every

This pin represents the word "Inkosikazi", which means mistress. "...and do not laugh or talk idly, for the inkosikazi is dead."-p.292

This pin represents the word "Inkosikazi", which means mistress.and do not laugh or talk idly, for the inkosikazi is

Inkosi is a chief, the leader of the tribe. "Cry for the broken tribe, for the law and the custom that is gone. Aye, and cry aloud for the man who is dead, for the woman and children bereaved." I chose this picture because it shows a custom that is rare now, and many tribes in Africa were torn apart and never restored.

Inkosi is a chief, the leader of the tribe. "Cry for the broken tribe, for the law and the custom that is gone. Aye, and cry aloud for the man who is dead, for the woman and children bereaved." I chose this picture because it shows a custom that is rare now, and many tribes in Africa were torn apart and never restored.

Inkosana, meaning little Inkosi, which translates to chief. It's used by Kumalo as a term of endearment to the small white boy on the horse. "I am just laughing, Inkosana."

Inkosana, meaning little Inkosi, which translates to chief. It's used by Kumalo as a term of endearment to the small white boy on the horse. "I am just laughing, Inkosana.

Veld is land that is unique to southern Africa and is an open plain with little to no human interference. "About you there is grass and bracken, and you may hear the forlorn crying of the titihoya, one of the birds of the veld." I felt this picture represented the beauty of the veld and the wildness of it, as it remains untouched by humans.

<b>African</b> Wild <b>Landscapes</b> Nature Animals Photography Zebras <b>Africa</b> .


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