Nguni

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Nguni ube kune bandeni yetilwîmi bahhuluma iNingizimu Afrika:

  1. isiZulu.
  2. siSwati.
  3. isiXhosa.
  4. isiNdebele.

Mnguni[hlela | edit source]

A. T. Bryant nguni:

  • Mnguni: abeNguni (nguni).
  • Swatini (cha nguni):
    • Simelane: baNguni baseBuhleni (Ngunis of Buhleni).
    • Dlamini: Emalangeni (those who have light complection like the sun).
  • Zulu:
    • Ndwandwe (zulu Ngunis): abeNguni baseGudunkomo (Ngunis of Gudunkomo). Íntsaba Gudunkomo.
    • Khumalo (cha nguni): amaNtungwa.

Tíncwâdzi[hlela | edit source]

  • Doke, Clement Martyn. (1954) The Southern Bantu Languages. Handbook of African Languages. Oxford: Oxford University Press (síNgísi).
  • Ownby, Caroline P. (1985) 'Early Nguni History: The Linguistic Evidence and Its Correlation with Archeology and Oral Tradition'. Doctoral dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles (síNgísi).
  • Wright, J. (1987) 'Politics, ideology, and the invention of the "nguni"', in Tom Lodge (ed.), Resistance and ideology in settler societies, 96-118 (síNgísi).
  • Shaw, E. M. and Davison, P. (1973) The Southern Nguni (series: Man in Southern Africa) South African Museum, Cape Town (síNgísi).