South Africa - with a population of over 43 million inhabitants - is the southern-most country on the African continent. South Africa has a number of ethnic groups which are all of interest to the BLAC FOUNDATION. Of particular interest, however, is the history and culture of the Zulu of KwaZulu-Natal. For more about the Zulu and other northern Nguni peoples see Dr. E. Powe's The Lore of Africa, Part I: Three Northern Nguni Nations (Zulu, Swazi, & Ndebele).
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