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Mukanda and makishi in north-western Zambia

Willie Robert Mwondela

Mukanda and makishi in north-western Zambia

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Published by NECZAM in Lusaka .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Luvale (African people) -- Education.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW. R. Mwondela.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT963.42 .M96
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 58 p. :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5040621M
    LC Control Number73980160

    - Mwana Pwo one of the most important makishi characters in Mukanda initiation represents the ideal is either conceived as a fulfilled woman called Pwevo (or in some Chokwe related areas Pwo), or a younger ' potential' woman called Mwana Pwo. See more ideas about African art, African masks and African pins. According to the oral tradition of the Vambunda, the first Mbunda Monarch was King Mwene Nkuungu. It was along the tributaries to the Zambezi that the first Mbunda settled in present-day eastern Angola.


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0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Bibliographic information. Title. Mwondela, W.R.,Mukanda and makishi: Traditional education in north-western Zambia, Lusaka: Neczam. Northern Rhodesia,A general list of chiefs: An alphabetical and tabulated list of chiefs as at OctoberLusaka: Government Printer.

Historically, the festival marked the re-entrance of boys who had been in seclusion for ‘Mukanda’ (male circumcision) back into society. The four day ceremony features dances from the ‘Makishi’, masked men who are believed to be spirits representing ancestors.

Likumbi Lya Mize takes place in August in Zambezi district, North Western Author: Mazuba Kapambwe. Like many other tribes that occupy Zambia such as the Bemba, the Luvale are a Bantu matrilineal tribe that were part of the Mwata Yamwo-led Lunda kingdom in present day Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

According to the book Likumbi Lya Mize and other Luvale Traditional Ceremonies () by Patrick Wele, prior to settling in Congo, the Luvale originally came from Author: Mazuba Kapambwe. Zambia Northern Province Date: Topic: Makishi Search this Masquerades--Political aspects Search this Chokwe masquerades Search this Mbunda masquerades Search this Lunda masquerades Search this Mukanda (Ritual) Search this Call number: GN1.A Data Source: Smithsonian Libraries EDAN-URL: edanmdm:siris_sil_ Origins.

According to the oral tradition of the Vambunda, the first Mbunda Monarch was King Mwene was along the tributaries to the Zambezi that the first Mbunda settled in present-day eastern Angola. After the crossing of the Lyambayi or Zambezi river, as it is known today, the Mbunda under the leadership of Vamwene Kaamba ka Mbaao travelled up to a Country: Angola, Zambia.

The Luvale people, also called (in Angola) the Luena or Lwena,are an ethnic group in Zambia and Zambia they are found mainly in the Mukanda and makishi in north-western Zambia book Province of Zambia, centred in the town of Zambezi which was previously Mukanda and makishi in north-western Zambia book Zambian Luvale have left their ancestral lands for economic reasons and can be found in other locations in Zambia such as.

Zambia Date: Topic: Makishi Search this Mukanda (Ritual) Search this Masquerades Search this Rites and ceremonies Search this Popular culture Search this Call number: NXC66 Data Source: Smithsonian Libraries EDAN-URL: edanmdm:siris_sil_ Makishi (singular, Likishi) are masked characters associated with the coming of age rituals of the Vaka Chiyama Cha Mukwamayi communities of the north-western part of Zambia.

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In these two documents, it implied that Mukanda is a ritual practiced by Vaka Chinyama Cha Mukwamayi Communities, including the Mbunda, Chokwe, Luchazi and Luvale who live in North Western and Western Provinces of Zambia. Graphic maps of the area around 11° 51' 9" S, 27° 16' 29" E. Each angle of view and every map style has its own advantage.

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In the book Makishi, Mask Characters of Zambia by Manuel Jordan, John Picton from the University of London writes: “[ ] they embody the spirits of important and memorable deceased individuals and as such they are treated with due reverence”.

The Mbunda Lukwakwa Traditional Ceremony – The Ceremony of Thanksgiving and Conquest. The Mbunda Lukwakwa Traditional Ceremony is celebrated by the Mbunda people of Senior Chief Sikufele during the first week of October every year at Manyinga of Kabompo District in the North Western Province of Zambia.

Lukwakwa means a fence for protection from the enemies. Mukanda. and Makishi: Traditional Education in North-Western Zambia (Lusaka: NECZAM, ), p. Mwondela. Some aspects of African education were formal; that is to say, there was a specific program and a conscious division between teachers and pupils.

How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (Washington D.C.: Howard University Press. The Vambunda (singular Kambunda, adjective and language Mbunda, Mbúùnda or Chimbúùnda) are a Bantu people who, during the Bantu migrations, came from the north to south-eastern Angola and finally Barotseland, now part of core is at present found in the south-east of Angola from the Lunguevungu river in Moxico to the Cuando Cubango Province.

The ceremony started on Wednesday, September 4, at hrs with the 'resurrection' of the Makishi from Zambezi Township graveyard which. Livulu Lya Chisemwa means the book of origins and Mukanda Wa Zambi is the ceremony of God or the Circumcision Ceremony, which forms the identity of a people and gives meaning to the history of this religious event.

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native speakers in Zambezi District of North-western Zambia namely Kasoka Samusuwa, Kapindula Sayini, and Kutemba Samafu. One published source in Luvale language titled Ndangwishi Ja Luvale by H. Katawola () was consulted. Other proverbs were collected from the book titled Zambian proverbs () by Nyambe Sumbwa.

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In those days, Kakoma recalled, the Lunda youths would, on the eve of the Likumbi Lya Mize, pelt the people watching the Kuvumbuka Cha Makishi Ku Mukanda (rising of. ‘In those days, Kakoma recalled, the Lunda youths would, on the eve of the Likumbi Lya Mize, pelt the people watching the Kuvumbuka Cha Makishi Ku Mukanda (rising of the Makishi from the grave).’ ‘At about 00 hours, we were in Mwansabombwe, the home village of Senior Chief Mwata Kazembe the 19th, of the Lunda people.’.

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John C. Historically, the festival marked the re-entrance of boys who had been in seclusion for ‘Mukanda’ (male circumcision) back into society. The four day ceremony features dances from the ‘Makishi’, masked men who are believed to be spirits representing ancestors.

Likumbi Lya Mize takes place in August in Zambezi district, North Western. Mukinge Hospital was established in by Dr. Bob Foster to minister to the needs of the Kaonde people, a tribe located in North-western Zambia.

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Geological Survey Department of Zambia, Draft Economic Report. Livulu Lya Chisemwa means the book of origins and Mukanda Wa Zambi is the ceremony of God or the Circumcision Ceremony, which forms the identity of a people and gives meaning to the history of this religious event. The meaning to the history of the symbols of the Livulu Lya Chisemwa is in reality the story of the Mukanda Wa Zambi.

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pelt the people watching the Kuvumbuka Cha Makishi Ku Mukanda (rising of the Makishi from the grave). Police were assigned to prevent fighting.

Lusaka - Zambia: Ms Kambita noted that reports reaching the district indicates that north-western province in rated the highest in Zambia in early marriages.Mbunda Lukwakwa Traditional Ceremony is celebrated by the Mbunda under Senior Chief Sikufele, during the first week of October every year at Manyinga of Kabompo District in North Western ceremony commemorates the Mbunda conquests as they fought alongside the Aluyi in support of Prince Mubukwanu, one of the sons of the Aluyi King Mulambwa, it .Founded North Western Energy, a private power utility company involved in distribution of electricity to Lumwana, parts of Solwezi and Kalumbila.

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