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The Gospel in South Africa 2: On the 13th of June, Van der Kemp and Edmond crossed the Gamka river, which though it was very broad was also fortunately very dry. Van der Kemp and Samuel spoke for hours.
Van der Kemp shared his desire to bring the gospel to the Xhosa people dwelling on the eastern border of the Cape colony, a people totally unreached by the gospel. Sadly not everyone was as enthusiastic as de Beer.
Many discouraged Van der Kemp and Edmond from continuing on their mission. Eventually Edmond returned to Cape Town from where he set out to India. But Van der Kemp was determined to preach the gospel to the Xhosa. Towards the end of he made contact with a Xhosa chief by the name of Ngqika, who allowed him to tentatively work among his people.
Van der Kemp lived among the Xhosa for a year, pouring out his life to them, but had no real opportunities to preach the gospel.
As the year grew to a close renewed outbreaks of hostility broke out. Before he would leave Van der Kemp had an opportunity to preach to a small group of boys between the ages of There was one, Sifuba-sibenzi, The Broad-breasted oneHe is the leader of men; Was heralded by a Star; His feet were wounded for us, His hands were pierced for us, His blood was shed for us.
One of the boys seemed especially to drink in the words of this strange white man, but neither he nor any of those around would hear the gospel from a missionary for another 15 years.
The name of the boy was Ntsikana. As he grew he became a renowned singer, dancer and orator as well as a hereditary councillor to the chief Ngqika [ii].
Ntsikana married two young women, Nontsonta and Nomanto and settled between the Kat River district and the Peddie district in [iii]later he and his family moved to Gqore in the Kate River district. Every now and then the words from that strange white man would come to his mind, work on his heart, and take shape in his thoughts.
Insome 15 years since Van der Kemp preached, Ntsikana sat early in the misty morning preparing to inspect his cattle. As he got up and stood in the kraal, a ray of light seemed to fall on the side of Hulushe, his most prized ox, in a peculiar way; his stood there, his gaze transfixed.
Did the light shine in a way that took the shape of a cross? Or perhaps form something else that reminded him of what he had heard 15 years ago?
For all appearances everything continued as normal that day. In the afternoon Ntsikana went to a homestead where there was going to be a dance.
He was going to give one if his usual virtuoso performances. As he got up and started to move to the beat of the drum a violent gale arose, he tried to dance though it, thinking it would only last for a few seconds, but it persisted.
Eventually it was so bad that the dancers had to stop.
Ntsikana returned to his seat. The gale died down, and for a second time he got up to dance, but as he began, the gale arose again it all its fury. This happened a third time as well. The onlookers whispered among themselves that perhaps Ntiskana was bewitched; why did the wind become so strong every time he tried to dance [v]?
He needed some time to think, so he sent his wives home ahead of him and began a slow walk behind them.Essay on Apartheid in South Africa - The word apartheid comes in two forms, one being the system of racial segregation in South Africa, and the other form is the form that only those who were affected by apartheid can relate to, the deeper, truer, more horrifying, saddening and realistic form.
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