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Gingindlovu Battlefield

(035) 870 2052
amafa.pmb@pixie.co.za

During a period of ten weeks during the Anglo-Zulu war, the British forces at Eshowe were besieged by the Zulus and cut off from communications and supplies. On 2 April 1879, the Zulus attacked the forces attempting t...

Glover's

Lot 56, 85 Main Street, Nongoma, 3950

Bed and breakfast in one-acre garden with swimming pool, fishpond, controlled gated parking. Self-catering Houses: Two double bedded room, bathroom, and open plan lounge/ dining/ kitchen, DSTV. Tariff: R2500.00 per week,...

Glover's B&B

85 Main St, Nongoma, 3950

Bed and breakfast in one-acre garden with swimming pool, fishpond, controlled gated parking. Self-catering Houses: Two double bedded room, bathroom, and open plan lounge/dining/kitchen, DSTV. Tariff: R2500.00 per week, R...

Golden Peak Spur Restaurant

206 Utrecht Street, Vryheid, 3100

Family restaurant

Golela Border Post

Pongola

This is the Swaziland border post at the south eastern corner of Swaziland.

Gqikazi (or Kwa Gqikazi)

Eshowe, 3815

(035) 4741141
ronel@umlalazi.com

This homestead was built and named 'the abode of the slave'by King Mpande at a time when he was threatened by king Dingane. Mpande fled to Natal, but waslater to overthrow Dingane (in 1840).A second Kwa Gqikazi was built...

Gqokli Hill (Kwagqokli)

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

Located about 10kms south of Ulundi is the site of an epic battle between the forces of Shaka and the Ndwandwe army under Zwide's sons in 1818. The smaller Zulu army survived the encounter against a much larger forc...

Grave of King Mpande

Nodwengu, Ulundi, 3838

(035) 870 0812
amafahq@mweb.co.za

Mpande became king in 1840 after overthrowing Dingane at the Battle of Maqongqo. He was proclaimed king on 10 February 1840 and reigned until his death in 1872.

Grave of Piet Retief

3838

(035) 4502254

Near the royal kraal Mgungundlovu is the memorial to Piet Retief and his party who were executed on King Dinganes orders on 6 February 1838. It is on the hillock used for execution, known as Kwa Matiwane.

Gunpoints, Lancaster Hill

Vryheid Hill, Vryheid, 3100

(034) 982 2133 EXT. 2271
information@abaqulusi.gov.za

The gun emplacements, one on the north side and one to the south on Lancaster Hill, date to the Anglo-Boer war of 1899 to 1902. Action was seen here on 11 and 12 December 1900 when Gen. Louis Botha attacked the garrison...