!Khwa ttu is collaborating with the Pitt Rivers Museum at the University of Oxford in the UK. These images are from their vast photographic collection. Maybe you can help us to find out more about those photos taken by Dorothea Bleek in the 1920s.
Do you recognise this game?
Does it have a name?
How does it work?
Is it still played?
Since 1999 !Khwa ttu has provided education, jobs and support to the San – Africa’s First People. The !Khwa ttu San Heritage Centre and Digital Archive is rooted in cultural restitution. Our website provides a platform for San to tell our story in our own ways and to become the cultural custodians, researchers and academics of the future.
Submissions to the !Khwa ttu San Digital Archive are published after adjudication by San administration at !Khwa ttu. Our aim as administrators is to encourage the archive to take its own community shape as a responsible and respectful space for ideas, information and discussion.