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Unexpectedly, Umuzi, the African Spurred Tortoise, sprouts hair all over his body – even his shell is hairy – and his farmyard friends tease him unkindly. Feeling embarrassed and hurt, Umuzi trudges off to hide in the dense dark forest, where he has a hair-raisingly creepy experience……

NAME PRONUNCIATIONS & AFRICAN MEANINGS: Umuzi: Oo-moo-zee [‘house’ in Zulu]

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Miriam is a dancing hippopotamus who lives in the Amatimanzi River – an Aqua-Aerobic-Artist. One night, on a ramble, she spots Thandiwe Gumede’s farmyard vegetable patch, glowing deliciously green in the moonlight. Unable to resist, Miriam gobbles and munches her way through the greenery…which gets her into a lot of trouble……

NAME PRONUNCIATIONS & AFRICAN MEANINGS: Miriam: Mir-eee-um [rebellious]; Amatimanzi River: Ah-maa-tee-maan-zee; Thandiwe: Taan-dee-weh [loved one]; Gumede: Goo-meh-deh [diligent]

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Young Jabulani Gumede lives on a farm, somewhere in the south of Africa. One morning he finds a baby Turaco bird in the nearby forest, fallen from its nest.  A few months later, when Jabulani has a terrifying encounter with Ilanga, the magnificent leopard, he is helped by his now-fully-grown bird-friend, Gwala……

NAME PRONUNCIATIONS & AFRICAN MEANINGS: Jabulani: Ja-boo-lah-nee [happy]; Gumede: Goo-meh-deh [diligent]; Turaco: Too-ra-co [a species of bird]Ilanga: Ee-lang-gah [the sun]; Gwala: Gwaa-lah [he calls ‘gwa-gwa-gwa’]

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COMING SOON…from timcat tales


Gwaja, the rabbit, falls in love with a beautiful doe rabbit, Nbulungi, and before long, Kinah, a beige baby bunny, is born.  She’s a strong-willed creature…and a little bit naughty.  One winter’s afternoon, Nyoni-Nkosi, a massive,  and very hungry, African Crowned Eagle, spots little Kinah in the Gumede family’s cattle paddock……

NAME PRONUNCIATIONS & AFRICAN MEANINGS: Gwaja: Gwa-jah [rabbit]; Nbulungi: N-buh-loong-gee [beautiful one]; Kinah: Kee-nah [willful]; Nyoni-Nkosi: N-yor-nee-N-kor-see [bird who is king]; Gumede: Goo-meh-deh [diligent]

 

COMING IN 2018…from timcat tales


It seems Kehla, the African Wild Dog, was separated from his Wild Dog pack during a hunt, and now he’s lost and sad.  Dalila, the woolly charcoal-black dog, takes old Kehla home for a meal.  Her owner, Zuwara Pilane, the herbal-healer, helps Kehla to find his Wild Dog family, but not before there is an awful crisis……

NAME PRONUNCIATIONS & AFRICAN MEANINGS:  Kehla: Keh-sh-lah [old man]; Dalila: Dah-lee-lah [gentleness]; Zuwara Pilane: Tsu-wah-rah Pil-aan-ee [noble origin]

 

COMING LATER IN 2018…from timcat tales

  

Dalila is the woolly fun-loving dog who lives on the farm next-door to the Gumede family. One winter’s afternoon, she playfully chases baby bunny, Kinah, round and round and round the cattle paddock and the farmyard garden.  But it almost ends in disaster for frightened Kinah…… 

NAME PRONUNCIATIONS & AFRICAN MEANINGS: Dalila: Dah-lee-lah [gentleness]; Gumede: Goo-meh-deh [diligent]; Kinah: Kee-nah [willful]