Farm Kearsney 2201, Lower Tugela District
The chapel was originally part of the Methodist Boys School. The school moved to the present site of Kearsney College at Botha's hill. The chapel is a proclaimed monument.
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Open daily from 8:30am to 4:00pm.This is King Shakas grave.A 20 minute slide show on the history of King Shaka can be viewed.There is also a small curio shop and an interpretative centre.
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The Zulu King Shaka is said to have often sat on this stone (rock) while watching the manoeuvres of his warriors in training.
King (shaka) Street (n0 9), Stanger/kwa Dukuza, 4450
Display of pre and post Shakan times, sugar, paper. Opening times Monday – Friday 8h00 - 16h30 and weekends closed.
Elizabeth Drive, Kwadukuza-Stanger, 4449
(032) 551 1034
106 Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Stanger
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KwaDukuza Police Station
Main Road, Umhlali
(032) 947 1165
Coffee shop, fresh-cut flowers, original art and framing services.
Flat N 3 G, Sheffield, Manor Estate, Umhlali
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Off Nkwazi Drive, Zinkwazi Beach
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One km south of the Zinkwazi River Mouth. Boats are launched from Zinkwazi Beach.
Luthuli, Albert John (1898-1967), South African political leader and the first African to win the Nobel Peace prize. Luthuli won international acclaim for his efforts to use nonviolence to end state- sponsored racial dis...
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