(032) 552 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
(033) 394 email@example.com
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
071 059 email@example.com
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Off Nkwazi Drive, Zinkwazi Beach
083 652 firstname.lastname@example.org
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...
634 Hambanathi, Tongaat, 4400
083 988 email@example.com
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