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However, missionaries gave better narratives of indigenous traditions because they stayed long enough to understand them. Collecting historical information, through multi – faced approach like writers often depend on oral text a... ... middle of paper ... ...enemies. Conclusion The responses to European colonialism in Africa is not the same as the one that took place in the Americas and Australia, because endemic diseases such as malaria and yellow fever where unfavourable to Europeans, while in Americas the disease such as small-pox are not a treat. Overall both the Africans and Americans suffer abuses from their colonial rulers, with revitalization movements believing that the European conquest is a punishment for not fully observing their old indigenous traditions (p66 – 67) References: Awolalu, J. O. (1976).
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As children get older they have kids on their own, but they are also required to start taking care of their parents as they reach an eld... ... middle of paper ... .... The Zulus are considered as the most traditional pastoralists and agriculturist’s people. Interestingly, most ancient Zulu tribes practice pastoralist and lives in more arid lands. The reason is natives of the Zulu tribe have always inhabited desert lands to remain traditional because their territory is not much valuable and desired to be confiscated by outsiders. References Flint, Karen E. Healing Traditions: African Medicine, Cultural Exchange, and Competition in South Africa, 1820-1948.
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