The Lozi peoples of north-western Rhodesia

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International African Institute , London
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StatementVictor Witter Turner
SeriesEthnographic survey of Africa. West central Africa -- pt. 3, Ethnographic survey of Africa -- pt. 3
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination62 p.
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Open LibraryOL15133560M

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Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Turner, Victor Witter Title: The Lozi peoples of north-western Rhodesia Published By: Original publisher London, England: International African Institute. 8, 62 p. ill., map.

The Lozi Peoples of North-Western Rhodesia: West Central Africa, Part III (Ethnographic Survey of Africa) Turner, V.W.; Daryll Forde, Editor Published by. Buy The Lozi Peoples of North-Western Rhodesia by V.W. Turner, a (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : V.W.

Turner. Lozi people, or Barotse, are a southern African Bantu speaking ethnic group who speak Lozi or Silozi a Sotho-Tswana Lozi people consist of more than 46 different ethnic groups and are primarily situated in western Zambia, inhabiting the region of Barotseland. Lozi is also a nationality of the people of Barotseland.

The historical account is that the Lozi were originally called the ‘Luyi‘ (meaning ‘Foreigner’) and spoke a language called Siluyana. They lived in Bulozi, a plain in the Upper Zambezi. Inthe Luyi people were conquered by the Makololo tribe under a leader called Sebetwane, who was part of many tribes that escaped the Mfecane, a series of wars under the Zulu king Shaka from.

Lozi people claim to have descended from the great Lunda king Mwata-Yamvo. This theory conforms to historical traditions of some other tribes in the North-western and north-eastern Zambia, which migrated from the Lunda kingdom in the present day Democratic Republic of Congo (Fagan ; Mainga ).

V.W. Turner The Lozi Peoples of North-Western Rhodesia M.A. Jaspan The Ila-Tonga Peoples of North-Western Rhodesia Madeline Manoukian Akan and Ga-Adangme Peoples of the Gold Coast M.

McCulloch The Peoples of Sierra Leone (Protectorate) Daryll Forde and G. Jones The Ibo and Ibibio-Speaking Peoples of South-Eastern Nigeria Turner, V.W. () The Lozi Peoples of North-Western Rhodesia, International African Institute, London.

Van Binsbergen, W. () ‘From tribe to ethnicity in western Zambia: The unit of study as an ideological problem’ in Van Binsbergen, W. and Geschiere, P. [eds.] Old Modes of Production and Capitalist Encroachment: Anthropological.

Publication Information The main body of the Publication Information page contains all the metadata that HRAF holds for that document. Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Gluckman, Max, Title: The Lozi of Barostseland in north-western Rhodesia Published in: if part or section of a book or monograph Seven tribes of British Central Africa, edited by.

For the past 50 years, Zambia has been running a scheme to oppress and hurt Lozi nationals and ethnic tribes of North western Rhodesia.

Talking to any Lozi hailing from Barotseland from all the walks of life, except those whose stomachs are fed by the PF oppressive regime, they will confess that they are genuinely hurt.

My advice to the Lozi people is, please leave Zambia and go back to your “silicon” valley. 29 ISHEE MATUNDWELO LITIA Janu At pm.

Northern Rhodesia was a protectorate in south central Africa, formed in by amalgamating the two earlier protectorates of Barotziland-North-Western Rhodesia and North-Eastern Rhodesia.

It was amalgamated with North-Eastern Rhodesia, another territory administered by the British South Africa Company, to form Northern Rhodesia in Barotseland (Lozi: Mubuso Bulozi) is a Kingdom between Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and is the homeland of the Lozi people or Barotse, or Malozi, who are a unified group of over 20 individual formerly diverse tribes related through kinship, whose original branch are the Luyi (Maluyi), and also assimilated northern Sotho tribe of South Africa known as the Makololo.

Case of the Lozi peoples of Southern Central Africa, Lambert Academic Publications, Saabrücken, Germany ISBN ______() ‘Communities and Climate: Building Local Capacity for Adaptation’ in Fujikura.

“Some idea of the composition of the Barozi people of today can be gained when one realizes that they are composed of Bambowe, Bakwangwa, Bahoombi.

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Jaspan available from Rakuten Kobo. Routledge is proud to be re-issuing this landmark series in association with the International African Institute.

The se. Author of The ritual process, The forest of symbols, Schism and continuity in an African society, The anthropology of performance, The drums of affliction, The ritual process, Image and pilgrimage in Christian culture, The Lozi peoples of north-western Rhodesia. Read this book on Questia.

This report is based on research carried out between January,and February,on information and material collected during the witchcraft investigations then being made in Barotseland by the Protectorate Administration.

‘Kinship and Marriage among the Lozi of Northern Rhodesia and the Zulu of Natal’, in Radcliffe-Brown, A. and Forde, D. (eds.), The Lozi Peoples of North-Western Rhodesia.

Ethnographic Survey of Africa. London: International African Institute. Van Warmblo, N. Fiction and non-fiction about Rhodesia or Zimbabwe. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Rather Lozi is a language that was bequeathed to the people in this region by the Kololo (a Sotho grouping that overrun the Luyi and established itself in much of Western Province in the midth.

Kuomboka: A Living Traditional Culture among the Malozi People of Zambia. Lusaka: Neczam. Murdock, George Peter (). Africa: Its Peoples and Their Culture History. New York, Toronto, and London: McGraw-Hill. Murray, Lynn Loreen ().

The Origins of North-Western Rhodesia. Kingston, Ont. Northern Rhodesia (Zambia) Pre Independence Image Right - Coat of arms of Northern Rhodesia () created by User: NikNaks - taken from Flag of Northern Rhodesia Public Domain, Wiki Commons Northern Rhodesia was a protectorate formed in by the amalgamation of the two earlier protectorates of Barotziland-North-Western Rhodesia and North-Eastern Rhodesia.

V.W. Turner The Lozi Peoples of North-Western Rhodesia M.A. Jaspan The Ila-Tonga Peoples of North-Western Rhodesia Madeline Manoukian Akan and Ga-Adangme Peoples of the Gold Coast M.

McCulloch The Peoples of Sierra Leone (Protectorate) Daryll Forde and G. Jones The Ibo and Ibibio-Speaking Peoples of South-Eastern Nigeria Kalomo was the seat of government for North-Western Rhodesia until the capital was moved to Livingstone in North-Western and North-Eastern Rhodesia were combined in to form Northern Rhodesia later known as Zambia.

Haircut at Government House, Kalomo, North-Western Rhodesia Hawksley cutting Mayne’s hair with Rangeley looking on. Northern Rhodesia was a protectorate in south central Africa, formed in by amalgamating the two earlier protectorates of Barotziland-North-Western Rhodesia and North-Eastern Rhodesia.

It was initially administered, as were the two earlier protectorates, by the British South Africa Company (BSAC), a chartered company, on behalf of the British Government.

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— ‘Reassessing the Significance of Firearms in Central Africa: The Case of North-Western Zambia to the s’, Journal of African History, 51 (), pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar Mainga, Mutumba, ‘Texts of Lozi Oral Tradition’ (PhD thesis, University of London, ). Zambia is a country of vast cultural diversity, with 73 ethnic groups generally grouped into six official language groups: Bemba, Tonga, Nyanja, Luvale-Mbunda, Lozi and Kaonde.

Traditional music can be studied from several possible angles that are in no way mutually exclusive, but rather complementary. This integrated approach establishes a framework for the holistic.

File: Barotseland-North-Western Rhodesia Flag, – After extensive consultations within the Kingdom, an assembly of the nation, comprising members of the King’s Council, area indunas, village headmen and ordinary people was convened at .