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Abdoolgafoor Goolamsahib Arabian Merchants

Retief Street, Weenen, 3325

(036) 352 1536
ebrahim.n@talkomsa.net

Abdoolgafoor Goolamsahib Arabian Merchants is a national monument. Presently used as a hairdressing salon.

Afrikaanse Gereformeerde Sendingskerk

PO Box 2685, Pietermaritzburg, 3200

(033) 394 6543
amafa.pmb@pixie.co.za

Consecrated as a Methodist Church in 1889, the church served as a hospital and dressing station during the Anglo-Boer war, after which the Dutch Reformed Community bought it. It became a declared national monument in 19...

All Saints Anglican Church

64 Murchison Street, Ladysmith, 3370

(036) 637 4960

The church is a memorial to those British soldiers who gave their lives in the battles in and around Ladysmith, some 1800 out of a total of 3000 perishing due to disease. The church lists the names of the fallen.

Alleman's Nek Battlefield

Alleman's Nek, Volksrust, 2470

(017) 735 3703
pjaschoeman@mweb.co.za

This is where the British forces finally broke through into the Transvaal on 11June 1900. Although not in KZN, it should be seen in conjunction with actions at Botha’s Pass and Laing's Nek.

Ambleside Military Cemetary

R 103, Colenso, 3360

The final resting place of men from the 5th Irish Brigade and S.A. Light horse who fell during the Battle of Colenso - 15 December 1899. Many of the men who died at the Battle of Colenso are buried here, particularly tho...

Armoured Train Capture Site

(036) 352 6253
prta@futurenet.co.za

On 15 November 1899, near this site Winston Churchill was captured by Boer forces who derailed the armoured observation train in which he was travelling during the South African War.

Armoury (Old Magazine)

Scott Street, Newcastle, 2940

It is believed that the Natal Mounted Rifles built this arsenal (powder magazine) in the 1870's. The architectural design and gables are unusual. The armoury is now used as a Moth Shellhole.

Augustinian Chapel

Estcourt, 3310

(036) 352 6253
brta@futurest.co.za

Estcourt became the cradle of the Augustinian order in Natal as early as 1891. This church was built in 1929.

Balte Spruit Laager

Bloedrivier Station, Blood River, 3102

(034) 982 2133 EXT.2271

The fort antedated the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879, and was used as an assembly point during that war by Col. Wood, commander of the fourth column, in the advance to conference hill and then Bemba's kop. They had gained th...

Bester's Laager

(036) 352 6253
brta@futurest.co.za

The laager was formed on the farm Twyfelfontein twenty years before the Anglo-Zulu war. It was finally abandoned, as it was vulnerable to rifle fire from high ground.

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