See Afrikaans "skollie" meaning "smeerlap, straatboef" found in South Dutch as "schoelje" "arme drommel" which is still used today in Dutch, found it in my Kramer meaning "fripouille" in French, so "scoundrel" maybe from French "escouillon" see English scullion -- cook's boy -- also from French. Interesting, Greeks in CT understand the term to be Greek. The pronunciation is closer to Greek skolios than to Dutch schoelje which would correspond to an Afrikaans form of "skoelie" which not used. It might have started out as Dutch schoelje and was then reinterpreted by Greek immigrants with the pronunciation being affected.
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Main article: Isicathamiya The s saw the spread of Zulu a cappella singing from the Natal area to much of South Africa. The style's popularity, finally producing a major star in with Solomon Linda's Original Evening Birds , whose " Mbube " "The Lion" was probably the first African recording to sell more than , copies. Linda's music was in a style that came to be known as mbube. From the late s to the s, a harsh, strident form called isikhwela jo was popular, though national interest waned in the s until Radio Zulu began broadcasting to Natal, Transvaal and the Orange Free State in see s: Bantu Radio and pennywhistle for more details.
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