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Simbimba Ndlela, rejected edited typescript
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2016 - (Online curation)
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- Carolyn Hamilton
- Ronette Engela
- Royal House of Dlamini
- Simbimba Ndlela
- These interviews were commissioned by King Sobhuzu II and recorded by one of his personal aides, Isaac Dlamini. Mahlaba and Maboya Fakudze were also involved in this interview. This is the first of two interviews with Simbimba Ndlela. The second interview was conducted some months later by Carolyn Hamilton and Henry 'Hlahlamehlo' Dlamini.
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Creative Commons License: CC BY-NC-ND
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[Source - Carolyn Hamilton for FHYA, 2017: This typescript was part of an experimental attempt by Swaziland Oral History Project in the early 1990s in producing edited English texts based on original interviews. The experiments were regarded as unsuccessful and the edited typescripts rejected as research materials. The FHYA includes this material in the exemplar because the typed text is searchable and thus has the capacity to act as a form of “index” to the handwritten transcripts and the original sound recordings. This is in line with the FHYA’s commitment to the principle of maximum word-based searchability.]
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