ZULU BRIDE | wearing a flaring red headdress reminiscent of the hairstyle of her ancestors. Traditionally, this headdress was made of her mother's hair.

Zulu Bride by Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith. "At marriage, a bride receives a stylish red hat, traditionally made from the hair of her mother"

Africa | Classical form shield from the Zulu shield from South Africa | Cowhide | ca. 1947

Classical form of Zulu shield. Attempts were made to keep the same colour of shield to all members of a regiment. At the same time shield colour also represented experience.White shield fr the veteran regiments, black for the junior regiments and red for

African Pattern Zulu regular

African Pattern, font by Scholtz Fonts. African Pattern can be purchased as a desktop and a web font.

Nandi, Queen of Zululand... Once upon a time in the great Zulu kingdom of  South Africa there lived a great king...  Black People Wake Up

A look at some ancient African queens who ruled parts of the continent, including Queen Nandi of the Zulu Kingdom and Makeda, Queen of Sheba.

Actual photo of The Great King Shaka Zulu

An old century photograph of a Zulu warrior - The Zulu people, Zulu Tribe and legendary King Shaka Zulu

#Zulu weaver Nomkhosi Nkosi lives in the farmlands of Zululand, South Africa. She regularly sends #BasketsOfAfrica her beautiful Ukhamba baskets with traditional patterns and geometric designs. Many of her baskets feature asymmetrical designs, so the patterns are different on every side. Her creations are warm and elegant and beautiful.

weaver Nomkhosi Nkosi lives in the farmlands of Zululand, South Africa. She regularly sends her beautiful Ukhamba baskets with traditional patterns and geometric designs. Many of her baskets feature asymmetrical designs, so the patt

Zulu8 on Vimeo

Zulu8 on Vimeo

international phonetic alphabet cheat sheet-- handy for keeping next to the phone (until I can memorize it...)

international phonetic alphabet cheat sheet-- handy for keeping next to the phone (until I can memorize it.

Zulu warrior 1870s

Gray Brothers (Diamond Fields), inscribed: Zulu / Young Warrior in fighting order, and in skin Kaross. Armed with hatchet and assegai South Africa.

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