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    • Defamation.

    • Defamation; Native law; Natal Code of Native Law; Statement to headman; Statement to Kraalhead; Statements defamatory per se; Abuse; Statement against chastity of unmarried girl; Defences to defamation; Defamation among Xhosa-speaking tribes in the...
    • Fort Hare lecture notes by Prof. Z. K. Matthews about defamation in native law in Natal and among Xhosa tribes in the Cape and among Southern Rhodesian tribes.
    • The distribution of the Barolong.

    • Ba-Rolong; Tau; Tribal succession; Ra-Tlou; Ra-Tshidi; Boo-Seleka; Boo-Rapulana; Bechuanaland Protectorate; Union of South Africa; Native tribes
    • In this article the division of the Ba-Rolong after the death of Chief Tau is discussed. The chief had five sons and quarrels over succession led to the formation of four separate tribes. The fifth brother, Makgetla, joined the Ra-Tshidi tribe. The...
    • Miscellaneous articles and letters from the Marivate collection

    • Marivate, D. C. -- Diaries; Youth hostels -- England -- London; African newspapers -- South Africa -- Limpopo; Missionary Association -- South Africa -- Soutpansberg (District); Mission suisse romande; Mission suisse dans l'Afrique du Sud;
    • A letter introducing the Youth House, an international hostel in London, together with a booklet describing the institution. Accompanied by various writings (some not written in English) and a handwritten letter from M. K. Molepo, secretaty for the...
    • Barolong research : third field work report.

    • Tribal agriculture; Labour recruiting; Native Recruiting Corporation; RaTlou; Tshidi; Racial question; Voortrekker Centenary
    • This report, covering the period November 1938 to February 1939, outlines the day-to-day life of the Tshidi and RaTlou Barolong tribes and the changes in the culture and customs caused by contact with western civilization. ZK Matthews reports on...
    • Injuries to property.

    • Native law; Cape South-Eastern Bantu tribes; Theft; Injuries to property; Xhosa-speaking tribes; Native custom; Grass fires; Damage by fire
    • Fort Hare lecture notes by Prof. Z. K. Matthews about injuries to property, theft and grass fires.
    • The house system.

    • House system; Polygamous households; Native customs; Bantu; Xhosa-speaking tribes; Great house; Right-hand house; Sotho-speaking tribes; Nomination of wives; Customary procedure; Native Appeal Court
    • Fort Hare lecture notes by Prof. Z. K. Matthews on the house system of native polygamous households.
    • Damage to property.

    • Native law; Damage to property; Trespassing; Natal; Negligence; Claim for damages; Damage to cultivated crops; Cape South-Eastern Bantu tribes; Damage by livestock
    • Fort Hare lecture notes by Prof. Z. K. Matthews about damage to property in Natal, procedures in cases of damage to crops, and damage to crops among Cape South-Eastern Bantu tribes.
    • Barolong research : evidences of acculturation.

    • Barolong acculturation
    • In this document Matthews lists the elements of Western civilization which he found present in the Barolong tribes, i.e. churches, schools, shops, medical facilities, recreational facilities, water and sanitation, entertainment, etc.
    • A short history of the Tshidi Barolong.

    • Barolong; Tshidi; Tshidi history; Sotho-speaking tribes; British Bechuanaland
    • The paper is a short history of the Tshidi Barolong. The material was gathered in three field trips to the Barolong in British Bechuanaland. The document has been reprinted from the Fort Hare Papers.
    • The sources of native law.

    • Native law; Tribal customs; Anthropology; Legal process; Government Commissions on native law; Colonial governments; Transkeian Territories; Native Administration Act; Indigenous tribes
    • Fort Hare lecture notes by Prof. Z. K. Matthews about the sources and origins of native law.
    • Primitive society : the South-Eastern Bantu : the Zulu-Xhosa group.

    • Primitive society; Distribution of tribes in South Africa; South-Eastern Bantu; Zulu-Xhosa; Divisions of the Bantu in South Africa; Family in Bantu society; Marriage; Kinship system; Zulu kinship system; Succession and inheritance; House property;...
    • Article by Prof. Z. K. Matthews regarding primitive societies in which he writes about the South-Eastern Bantu with specific reference to the Zulu-Xhosa group.
    • Outline of chapters on South Africa.

    • Prof. Haynes; Land distribution, administration and tenure; Bantu-European struggle for land; Tribes, races and nationalities; Land and agriculture; Land in native reserves; Labour; Nationalist Party; The law and non-Europeans; Apartheid; Judicial...
    • Outline of chapters on South Africa for a proposed book, based on an outline of parallel topics for the U.S.A. in preparation.

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