Greeting Cards

Greeting Cards
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Greeting Card: The Mighty Lion

The famous Lion, one of the largest and most powerful predators in Africa, an ageless symbol of strength.

Original Artist: Jabu Masuku

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The African Elephant

The Elephant is the world’s largest and heaviest land animal. “Indlovukazi” is the Zulu word for the elephant cow and is the title of the Zulu Queen, demonstrating the reverence given to this wondrous animal.

Original Artist: Nora Mtshali

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The Great Elephant

The Elephant is the world’s largest and heaviest land animal. “Indlovukazi” is the Zulu word for the elephant cow and is the title of the Zulu Queen, demonstrating the reverence given to this wondrous animal.

Original Artist: Nora Mtshali

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The Pale Giraffe

The Giraffe’s name in Zulu, “Indlulamithi,” literally translated means “taller than the trees” an apt name for the graceful long-necked creature.

Original Artist: Rose Myeni

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The Funky Giraffe

A peculiar colour for a peculiar animal, the trademark long neck of the giraffe is used in both combat and courting, in combat males rub or swing their necks against each other in a practice known as “necking.”

Original Artist: Alzina Mkize

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Content in the Canopy

The Giraffe’s long neck allows it to graze on leaves no other herbivores can reach, some of the giraffe’s favourite feed is the Acacia tree.

Original Artist: Qondeni Zwane

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Giraffe under the Red Sun

 

Original Artist: Rose Myeni

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Zebra Portrait

The Zebra’s famous stripes confuse attacking predators as the patterns blur the outlines of the individual zebra.

Original Artist: Thabile Gumede

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Green Chameleon

The Chameleon’s ability to change its colour is used in the chameleon’s courting attempts and when in danger or battle, the colour changing to attract, repulse or intimidate the female or enemy.

Original Artist: Philisiwe Simelane

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: A Resting Leopard

The Leopard is an agile predator, scaling tree’s with ease. The Leopard’s skin is used to make the crown, “umqhele,” worn exclusively by the Zulu King who also drapes the Leopard skin over his shoulder’s as a symbol of his authority.

Original Artist: Jabu Masuku

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The Red Elephant

The Elephant is the world’s largest and heaviest land animal. “Indlovukazi” is the Zulu word for the elephant cow and is the title of the Zulu Queen, demonstrating the reverence given to this wondrous animal.

Original Artist: Zethu Khathwane

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Purple Rhinoceros

Conservationists are fighting a tough battle against poachers of the armoured herbivorous Rhinoceros who kill the animal for its horn, which is used in some culture’s traditional medicines, actions which endanger the already few Rhinoceroses of Africa and Asia.

Original Artist: Nonsikelelo Mrwetyana

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Cape Buffalo

Great herds of Buffalo used to trek the plains of Africa undisturbed, today the Cape Buffalo is a member of the big five and decorates the blue R100 note of South Africa.

Original Artist: Jabu Masuku

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Brown Striped Zebra

Original Artist: Zandile Nyawo

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Purple Zebra

 

Original Artist: Thabile Gumede

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The Decorated Nyala

Nyala are sometimes found feeding around baboons, the baboons drop broken twigs and branches that the Nyala feed on.

Original Artist: Qondeni Zwane

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Flying Springbok

The Springbok react to danger by “pronking,” that is leaping stiff-legged into the air and fanning fur on it’s hindquarters. The Springbok has also lent its name to the South African national rugby team.

Original Arstist: Qondeni Zwane

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The Noble Gemsbok

The Gemsbok has adapted to harsh conditions by not sweating or panting to expel body heat so as to conserve water and so has to tolerate extreme temperatures, greater than 40 degrees centigrade, in its body throughout the day.

Original Artist: Qondeni Zwane

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Grassland Sable

The Sable (Aristocratic Sable Antelope) is known to defend itself from predators by scything with its long curved horns in an attempt to impale the advancing predator.

Original Artist: Hlengiwe Hlatswayo

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Nguni Pride

The traditional system of wealth in Zulu culture, cows are used as a dowry called “lobola” that the man gifts to his future wife’s family as compensation for her departure.

Original Artist: Mildred Mgomezulu

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The ZigZag Cow

 

Original Artist: Nesta khathwayo

 

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Red Crescent Moon Horn Cow

 

Original Artist: Tholakele Mabuyakhulu

 

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The Crocodile at the Dentist

The crocodile is the largest reptile on earth, with its ferocious teeth and great mouth lying in wait for its next meal.

Original Artist: Nombulelo Gumede

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: The Water Ballerina

The well rounded, graceful sea-horse lounges in waters keeping cool in the African sun, the hippopotamus can seal its’ nose and ear passages to allow it to submerge without harm.

Original Artist: Hlengiwe mmyeni

Price: ZAR 45.00

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Greeting Card: Cold Lizard

Immobile and patiently these cold-blooded reptiles lie in the sun to get their blood flowing, these rock dwellers are known to drop their tails so as to distract attacking predators, they can later grow a new tail.

Original Artist: Alzina Mkhize

Price: ZAR 45.00

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