Francis fanyana Lukhele

Francis fanyana Lukhele
University of Swaziland | UNISWA · Department of African Languages and Literature

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Why do the Swazi people call the condom lijazi lemkhwenyana—the son-in-law’s coat? Why is a man prohibited from entering the precincts of his in-laws if he is not wearing a coat or jacket or at least some long-sleeved item of clothing? Why is a man whose mental faculties have been enfeebled by a love spell said to be wearing a metallic coat? Why do...
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This study of intricate post-apartheid mourning traditions in South Africa melds or draws from print, visual and material cultural texts. The black mourning tradition is the quixotic post- funeral after tears party that is becoming increasingly popular in black urban townships, while for whites it is mediated through parodic visual artworks. This s...

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