Synonyms for ziqubu or Related words with ziqubu

thishiwe              ghogar              khayankhyarvaa              sinazo              frimpomaa              aladinge              jordine              rapulana              uncornfirmed              duangjai              stefiuk              merdelle              bhadmus              aleng              lesedinyana              fundiswa              zikhona              puati              nkhensani              geboy              kannawat              lekgoa              mlamuli              doucoumbo              richardsonchloe              chamwarura              kymlie              ramonnye              maikan              babela              sharafudheen              tokoragi              olatokunbo              nwamaka              titilope              lertlaokul              seiphemo              iyamah              chansrisukot              padunglerd              gavshon              nonso              khamphakdee              yasotha              shahz              anongnat              adjai              ntshingila              twigglaura              lakshmivijayam             



Examples of "ziqubu"
Thishiwe Ziqubu (born 5 August 1985) is a South African film
Tell Me Sweet Something is a 2015 South African romantic comedy film starring Nomzamo Mbatha, Maps Maponyane and Thishiwe Ziqubu. The film was directed by Akin Omotoso and produced by Robbie Thorpe. The film received nine nominations at the 12th Africa Movie Academy Awards and won two including Achievement in Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress for Thishiwe Ziqubu.
Ziqubu studied scriptwriting and directing after high school. She later attended the African Film and Drama Academy (AFDA), a film school. She also completed Acting for Film programme at the Los Angeles Campus of the New York Film Academy.
Ziqubu made her acting debut in the 2011 drama film "Man on Ground", which helped to move her career forward. As a scriptwriter and director, She wrote and directed three independent short films including "Out Of Luck", "Subdued" and "Between the Lines".
The Pottery Workshop started in 1968 with Danish supervisors (first Peter Tybjerg, then later Ole and Anne Nielsen) with founding throwers Gordon Mbatha, Ephraim Ziqubu, Bhekisani Manyoni and Joel Sibisi. Already expert ceramists from the neighbouring Shiyane-Nqutu region, Dinah Molefe and several women of her family joined the Pottery Workshop from the start as skilled hand-builders, accustomed to using traditional Zulu and Sotho coiling methods in the making of domestic "izinkamba" (beer pots). The gendered work-division in the studio’s ceramics —women coiling, men throwing— has been maintained to the present.