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This was over the Lunga River in Mwinilunga.
Chief Ikelenge holding court in the North Western Province of Northern Rhodesia in 1954. He is flanked by two tribal Assessors with the court clerk in white shirt at the table , 1954
He is flanked by two tribal Assessors with the court clerk in white shirt at the table.
Constructing the decking of a timber bridge over the river Lunga in Mwinilunga District of the N.W. Province of Northern Rhodesia in 1955, 1955
The girls are not allowed to be seen by other women during their initiation period which lasts about 4-6 months. They are segregated in special camps away from villages. The two girls who can be seen are attendants who escort the initiate seen hidden under the blanket.
This was the only road linking the town with the Copperbelt.