There are two kinds of cotton in the country, and the Mashona, who convert it into cloth, dye it blue with this plant.
The Matabeles and Mashona tribes between them contrived to render the country uninhabitable.
Then—he saw the skull of an old Mashona blown off at the top, the hands still moving.
The next day we continued our trek, and shortly before noon arrived at the first Mashona village on the route.
The beer evaporates, and the ants eat the sadza; but, to the Mashona mind, the disappearance is due to supernatural causes.
And to-morrow thou shalt sit beside me, here in this great square, and witness the annual festival of the Mashona nation.
The Matabele do not use drums in their religious dance like the Mashona.
I am no judge of oxen, and my views on the feeding of Kaffir sheep raised broad smiles on the black faces of my Mashona labourers.
In 1890 the Mashona came under British protection (see Rhodesia).
The picturesque granite hills of the Matoppo and Mashona ranges often attain an elevation of forty-five hundred feet.