Imagination has been verified by fact; the King Solomon's Mines I dreamed of have been discovered, and are putting out their gold once more, and, according to the latest reports, their diamonds also; the Kukuanas or, rather, the Matabele
, have been tamed by the white man's bullets, but still there seem to be many who find pleasure in these simple pages.
Maxim's gun proved utterly reliable and was adopted by the British, with whom it first saw action during the 1893 First Matabele
War in South Africa.
Tra i Matabele
l'amuleto per la pioggia usato dagli stregoni era fatto col sangue e con la bile di un bove nero.
The ticket lady gave me two choices, the rattler which cost the same as a matabele
cocoa bean and takes two lifetimes to get to Wolverhampton, or The Branson rocket ship which costs another mortgage and travels at warp factor three.
Termites are the African Matabele
ants' (Megaponera analis) favourite dish.
Scientists from Wurzburg University in Germany found African Matabele
ants carried creature that had lost limbs in fights with termites home and licked their injuries.
Scientists at Wurzburg University in Germany found that after fights with termites, African matabele
ants carried soldiers that had lost limbs home and licked their injuries.
The African ant species (http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Megaponera_analis) Megaponera analis , also known as the Matabele
ant, preys upon termites by hunting them in groups.
The economy is hostage to Chinese State owned companies beholding to Beijing and tribal tensions between the Matabele
and Shona people that predate even the arrival of Cecil Rhodes, let alone Ian Smith.
The detailed biographies of the men studied show that conventional Matabele
masculinity - kinship responsibilities, fatherhood and camaraderie - swayed some men.
Scientists described the unique rescue behavior of the African Matabele
ants, called Megaponera analis, after observing them in Ivory Coast's Comoe National Park, but did not ascribe charitable motives to the insects.
Times and Mining Journal, 11 March and 6 May 1899.