Articles by Author: Vulindlela P E Nyoni

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  1. Diaspora in dialogue: Zimbabwean artists in South Africa

    Diaspora in dialogue: Zimbabwean artists in South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Philosophy
    In the last two decades, a continuous migration of people into South Africa from Zimbabwe has increasingly foregrounded intractable philosophical questions concerning the complexities of “displacement”, and “place”, inherent to which are notions of “national identity” (the autochthonous and different...
  2. New insights on trust, honour and networking in informal entrepreneurship: Zimbabwean <em>malayishas</em> as informal remittance couriers

    New insights on trust, honour and networking in informal entrepreneurship: Zimbabwean <em>malayishas</em> as informal remittance couriers

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    The paper focuses on the utility of the concepts of trust and honour in understanding relations among Zimbabwean remittance couriers who are popularly known as “malayishas”. Trust and honour are explored in relation to how they produce and sustain a...
  3. South African national reconciliation discourse and isiXhosa written poetry: 1994–2004

    South African national reconciliation discourse and isiXhosa written poetry: 1994–2004

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    The main thesis put forward in this article is that during the first ten years of democracy in South Africa, 1994–2004, isiXhosa poetry contributed thematically to the goal of reconciliation. Furthermore, this poetry demonstrates how an aspect of culture can...
  4. The impact of the contending segregation and Africanism ideologies on isiXhosa written poetry: 1912–1934

    The impact of the contending segregation and Africanism ideologies on isiXhosa written poetry: 1912–1934

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    The central argument in this article, drawn from an interdisciplinary study, is that the isiXhosa written poetry produced between 1912 and 1934 is the terrain of a struggle between contending ideologies of Segregation and Africanism. Texts (aspects of culture) produced...