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ALBERTI L. 1807/1968. Account of the Tribal Life and Customs of the Xhosa. (Trans. William Fehr.) Balkema: Cape Town.

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HIRST M. 1997. <<A River of Metaphors: Interpreting the Xhosa Diviner's Myth.>> In: P. McALLISTER (Ed.) Culture and the Commonplace. Witwatersrand University Press: Johannesburg.

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HIRST M. 2001. <<Khotso: legendary herbalist.>> Imvubu (Amathole Museum Newsletter) 13:3: 1&6.

HIRST M. 2002/2003. <<Catha edulis And Its Utilization: Local Knowledge In The Eastern Cape.>> Eleusis (The Italian Journal of Psychoactive Plants & Compounds) NEW SERIES 6/7: 3-28.

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