Saving Xhosaland's stick crafting culture

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Last updated 20 julho 2024
Saving Xhosaland's stick crafting culture
Traditional Xhosa sticks cut from the umnquma tree (African wild olive) are increasingly difficult to find in the Eastern Cape where communities are rapidly urbanising at the cost of certain traditional customs. Mike Burgess spoke to East London businessman and traditional stick collector, Gary Harvey, about his journey to locate and support remaining stick crafters.
Saving Xhosaland's stick crafting culture
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Saving Xhosaland's stick crafting culture
Saving Xhosaland's stick crafting culture
Saving Xhosaland's stick crafting culture
Saving Xhosaland's stick crafting culture
Saving Xhosaland's stick crafting culture
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