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Bhaca society, a people of the Transkeian uplands, South Africa.

W. D. Hammond-Tooke

Bhaca society, a people of the Transkeian uplands, South Africa.

Published on behalf of the Institute of Social and Economic Research, Rhodes University.

by W. D. Hammond-Tooke

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Published by Oxford University Press in Cape Town .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bhaca (African people)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN657 B5 H3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination325 p.
    Number of Pages325
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14332899M

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Get this from a library. Bhaca society, a people of the Transkeian uplands, South Africa. [W D Hammond-Tooke]. Previous article in issue: Première Approche Socio-économique d'Anjouan, Archipel des Comores. Previous article in issue: Première Approche Socio-économique d'Anjouan, Archipel des Comores Next article in issue: The Dispossessed: A Study of the Sex-Life of Bantu Women in Urban Areas in and around Johannesburg.

Bhaca Society: a people of the Transkeian uplands South Africa. Cape Town: Oxford University Press Makaula, A. A political history of the Bhacas from earliest times to Thesis, MASTER OF ARTS, Rhodes University Makaula, D. uMadzikane okanye imbali yamaBhaca.

Cape Town: Oxford University Press, Southern Africa. The Bhaca people or amaBhaca are an ethnic group in South Africa, mainly found in the small towns of the former Transkei homeland, Mount Frere and Umzimkhulu, and surrounding areas (a region that the Bhaca people call kwaBhaca, or “place of the Bhaca”).

Their language, isiBhaca, is close to Swati with strong Xhosa and Zulu influences. The Bhaca people or amaBhaca are an ethnic group in South Africa, mainly found in the small towns of the former Transkei homeland, Mount Frere and Umzimkhulu, and surrounding areas (a region that the Bhaca people call kwaBhaca, or "place of the Bhaca").

Their language, isiBhaca, is Xhosa with strong Zulu and some Swati influences. However that does not mean all parts of the land belongs to the nation you necessarily find in one particular place. There are Bhaca people in Limpopo, for example, but this does not mean our royal leaders should start claiming this land.

We are all South Africans and as the Freedom Charter states, “South Africa belongs to all who live in it”. Hammond-Tooke, W. () Bhaca Society: a people of the Transkeian uplands of South Africa. Cape Town: Oxford University Press. Hammond-Tooke, W. () ‘ World-view II: a system of action ’ in Hammond-Tooke, W.

(ed.), Bantu-speaking Peoples of Southern Africa. Bhaca Society: a people of the Transkeian uplands. Cape Town: The Ambiguities of Dependence in South Africa: class, nationalism and the state in twentieth-century Natal. The madman and the migrant: work and labour in the historical consciousness of a South African people'.

HAMMOND-TOOKE, W. Bhaca Society: A People of the Transkeian Uplands, South Africa. New York: Oxford University Press, Pp. xx+ $ Based on a doctoral dissertation in social anthropology at the University of Cape Town.

HARE, PAUL A. Handbook of Small Group Re-search. New York: Free Press of Glencoe, The settlements of Bantu-speaking people in Southern Africa vary widely in size and distribution, ranging from the dispersed homesteads of the Nguni to the large towns of the Tswana. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa, a people of the Transkeian uplands, South Africa.

Cape Town: Oxford University Press. South Africa's Transkei: the political economy of an "independent" Bantustan Africa South African government Soweto strategy structure subsistence surplus Survey Thembu threat TNIP traders Transkei Hansard Transkeian Transkeian government Transkeian Territories tribal TTCA Congress Umtata urban areas Venda vote voters wage whereby white.

Change, Pietermaritzburg: University of Natal Press, (Nyuswa and Qadi); W.D. Hammond-Tooke, Bhaca Society: A People of the Transkeian Uplands South Africa, Cape Town: Oxford University Press, and D.H. Reader, Zulu Tribe in Transition: The Makhanya of Southern Natal, Manchester: Manchester University Press, Transkeian synonyms, Transkeian pronunciation, Transkeian translation, English dictionary definition of Transkeian.

A former internally self-governing black African homeland in southeast South Africa on the Indian Ocean coast. 参考: 『Bhaca society: a people of the Transkeian uplands, South Africa』(Hammond-Tooke) コメント: フェロモンのようなもの.

イブ? 【ib】 アブ? 【ab】 [法具]: 心臓を象る. 概要: ケプリ神の力/再生. 語の出典: エジプト. In Holding their Ground: Class, Locality and Culture in 19th and 20th Century South Africa, edited by Philip Bonner, Isabel Hofmeyr, Deborah James, and Tom Lodge, – Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press and Raven Press.

Bhaca Society: A People of the Transkeian Uplands, South Africa. Cape Town: Oxford University Press. Society, Translated from the French by janet Lloyd, Sussex: The Harvester Press.

Grimm,). & Grimm, W. 'Herr Peter Dimringer von Stm1fenberg' in Deutche Sagen, [/18/) 2[). Hammond-Tookc, W. Bhaca Society: A People of The Transkeian Uplands. Cape Town: Oxford University Press. Bhaca society by W. Hammond-Tooke.

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Hammond-Tooke. First published in 1 edition. Not in Library. The tribes of Umtata district Ethnology, Social life and customs, Bhaca (African people). Bhaca Society: a people of the transkeian uplands South Africa, Cape Town: (). Bittersweet Harvest: Children, work and the global march against child labour in the post-apartheid state‟.The Department of Arts and Culture established the Books and Publishing unit in The unit is a component of the Cultural Development section whose strategic focus is the advancement of the economic potential of creative industries to contribute job creation, reduction of.

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