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Research outputs: ARTISTS
2013 Art and the sacred practitioner among the Zimbabwe Tonga: an analysis of the symbolic interaction
This chapter explains the key concepts and background as well as the four key roles among Zimbabwean Tonga religious practitioners. The ide...
2007 Artists' signatures on prints: origins, uses and abuses with reference to South African examples
Several important South African role-players including Iziko Museum of Cape Town, the HSRC and Sanlam, launched an internet database in 2006...