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Nguni Princess 12h
outfit Eish what color do you guys think l should do for @BulawayoArtsAwards? And which designer do you think l should work with to bring that in me out?
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#WOWZimbabwe Sep 21
formerly known “”, meaning the “” inspired by an incident involving the Tribe in the 1830s who raided & flung the tribe heroes (who lived at this cave) to their deaths
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Chartered Farmer (SA) Nov 4
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#BeforeHipHop 1 Mar 18
It's so amazing to see how our culture and traditions have influenced the hiphop culture worldwide and in Afrika will be more popular and followed than it is in USA by year #2020 by default of population and origin
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Ntsika Mbutsi Oct 11
I want it!.. nice breed.
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GREENSURFACE AgriEngineers Nov 8
What makes Nguni Cattle so desirable? ● Resistance It is the Nguni's resistance to parasites and disease. Nguni cattle are also largely resistant to redwater, hartwater and gallsickness.  Most Nguni breeders do not dip their cattle in order to retain the resistance.
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George Maxwell 21 Mar 18
£52K plus commission to be paid on top of that for this wonderful neck rest sold at auction in Edinburgh today. Well done to the auctioneers Lyon&Turnbull, the vendor, and the buyer. #neckrest#headrest#zulu#tribalart#Lyon&Turnbull#Edinburgh#auction
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Nomathemba Bellz Sep 23
It’s easier to define where you are going if you know where you come from.
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Bhetjane Cattle Co. 26 Mar 18
UHDG, also known as Mob , with a large group of steers, getting them to eat whats good and trample the rest, putting more C into the soil.
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Zululand News Mar 10
Gentle rolling hills of sugar cane and nguni cattle in Zululand warms our heart.
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Ayanda Daweti Nov 14
“Art Is the process of seeing yourself in things that are not you, It enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”
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Yung Zulu Sep 4
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Chartered Farmer (SA) Jul 24
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Giggs Kgole Art May 19
This masterpiece was sold to help Forest Town School in Joburg back in 2016. The SCHL received 💯% of the proceeds and after that I realized that art can be used as an asset to help out others.
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Survivor Wines Oct 3
to meeting the famous Survivor Nguni cow at her home in the Swartland.
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elise tempelhoff Apr 28
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Chartered Farmer (SA) Jul 24
Studying The Shape, Horns & Colour Patterns Of Nguni Cattle Is Like Reading The Palm of Africas History
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Lloyd Phillips 14 May 18
This week in we find out how farmers are adding value to their customers. We discover a hi-tech business delivering 200t a day, and Dr Jan H du Preez discusses .
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Survivor Wines 3 May 18
to a walk in die vineyards with Survivor and her offspring.
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Bhetjane Cattle Co. 22 Oct 17
In cattle breeding there is no substitute for fertility...which is a function of hormonal balance and body condition. Like this 👌
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