The story…

…behind my name

Celebrate Your Name Week

“Every African knows what a Tokoloshe is.” –Wikipedia


Mask made from an Africa ding from House of Lime

“They are considered a mischievous and evil spirit.
They can become invisible by swallowing a pebble.” –Wikipedia
“The Tokoloshe myth is well known and feared in most especially by Southern African
Many people place their beds on bricks (some tales state
that they are wrapped in paper)
in order to lift them higher off the
ground so that the Tokoloshe cannot hide underneath and attack them.” – Wikipedia

Funky Munkey

“Tokoloshe or Tikoloshe. From the Xhosa word uthikoloshe.

Read more about the Tokoloshe here – Van Hunks

I chose my name very quickly, as we had just moved to Canada from South-Africa and I needed a user name for my Email and I chose Tokoloshe.
TOKOLOSHE by Pieter Scholtz

The Theatre School at DePaul University

Director: Ann Wakefield
“Running gags about Tokoloshes are common in the South African daily comic strip Madam and Eve Wikipedia


Madam & Eve

Madam & Eve

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