Ingonyuluka ngesikol okuphehlwa (Ukuncunca) esizweni samaZulu,
This research is about the behaviour of young girls and boys amongst the Zulu Nation. It is about the process of blood-letting in the youth of Zulu Nation. There is a belief in the Zulu`s customs, that the hot blood in the youth encourages boys and girls to became too hot or fast in the opposite sex. Chapter one is the general introduction of the research topic where the following topics form part of the research proposal. These include; introduction, problem statement, motivation of the study, aims of research, research methodology, delimitation of the problem, literature review, importance of the research, beneficiaries, hypothesis/assumptions, ethical considerations, intellectual property and innovation, definition of problematic terms, division of chapters and conclusion of the chapter. Chapter two deals with different techniques or types of research methods used by researchers in various topics. This includes the following research methods, qualitative research method, quantitative method, questionnaires method, interviewing method, telephone research method, experimental method, narrative research method, phenomelogical method and case study. Chapter three deals with the various methods of strengthening the Zulu child against the dangers that are thought to threaten it during the first few months of its life. It deals with a transition from childhood to adulthood. The development of the Zulu child from childhood to manhood or womanhood is also discussed. Chapter four investigates the main pattern of blood-letting in the youth of Zulu Nation. It also reveals how the process of blood-letting is done in the youth. Chapter five deals with analysis, recommendations and conclusion.