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P’Andre Allen. British Africa. Zulu People. The Z ulu tribe is a unique group of people who specialize in building baskets and bead making Unlike us, the Zulu speak a different language which is called Kwazulu or Nguni. British Relationship (Zulu).

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zulu people
Zulu People
  • The Zulu tribe is a unique group of people who specialize inbuilding baskets and bead making
  • Unlike us, the Zulu speak a different language which is called Kwazulu

or Nguni

british relationship zulu
British Relationship (Zulu)
  • During the Battle between the Boers and Zulus alliances were formed.
  • Great Britain had wanted to limit the Boers influences so in order to achieve that goal they took the side if the Zulus to oppose them.
british relationship cont zulu
British Relationship cont. (Zulu)
  • After the wars were over, the British dictated terms for all Zulus.
  • The terms were: not taking arms without British consents, giving in to British demands and ending force marriages
  • At that time, the Zulus did not agree to those terms and fought Great Britain
  • A British Zulu ally was placed in charge and in 1887 the land of the Zulu was annexed under British control
boers people
Boers people
  • Boers/Dutch were of Huguenot descents, now a days they are called Afrikaners.
  • They are very hostile when it comes to dealing with African people because of all their frequent battling.
british relationship boers
British Relationship (Boers)
  • In 1800, the British had taken control of the Cape Colony after the Napoleonic war which angered the Boers.
  • They were later on becoming annoyed with British liberal polices related to the frontier and freeing slaves.
  • A large group of 12,000 Boers migrated to the southern Natal, which Great Britain declared as Independent in the Transvaal
british relationship cont boers
British Relationship cont. (Boers)
  • In 1867, the hearings of gold and diamonds made Britain rush into South Africa, but was conflicted by the Boers.
  • It later on caused a two year war to erupt and after the successful use of guerrilla warfare the Boers eventually surrendered
  • After the was, the Boers were able to retain their language, culture, and political power, but not so much military
great trek area
Great Trek Area
  • This was the and from which the Boers migrated from and headed to South Africa.
  • It was changed into a British location and approximately 12,000 left there in pursuit of a better life
xhosas language
Xhosas language
  • They spoke mainly in southern African and found out two more languages in eastern Africa.
  • It was in the compound adapted from the words khoekhoe ‘person’ and saan ‘bush dweller’ in Nama
  • Not many of them use click sounds because in order need to perform a ritual
works cited
Works Cited
  • "Zulu (people)." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, 22 July 2013. Web. 22 July 2013.
  • BBC News. BBC, 22 July 2013. Web. 22 July 2013.
  • "Boer (people)." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, 22 July 2013. Web. 22 July 2013.
  • "Khoisan Languages." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, 22 July 2013. Web. 22 July 2013.