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Kambula Battlefield

Vryheid, 3100

(034) 9822133 EXT.2271

The battle took place on 29 March 1879 during the Anglo-Zulu war. Some 18000 Zulu warriors attacked a fortified position of the Fourth Column. The battle started at 13h30 and ended at 17h30. The Zulus were driven off ...

Kevin's Travel & Tours

Shop 9 Ithala Centre, Eshowe

(035) 474 1954


Khanyile Cross (Martyr's Cross)

Eshowe, 3815

The first Christian martyr in Zululand, Madamusela Khanyile was executed for his Christian beliefs in 1877. He was killed on the hill to the east of Eshowe and the site is marked with a simple iron cross. The martyr's ...

Khethomthandayo Royal Palace

One of King Goodwill Zwelithini's palaces. One of his wives' lives here.

King Cetshwayo's Memorial, Eshowe

Eshowe, 3815

(035) 4741141

King Cetshwayo's memorial - commemorates the spot where King Cetshwayo died on February 8th 1884, and the site of the Gqikazi homestead.

King Dinuzulu's Grave, Makhosini Valley

Makhosini Valley, Ulundi, 3838

(035) 870 0812

The Zulu king Dinizulu was historically identified with the Bambatha rebellion. Heir of Cetshwayo, he is buried beneath a granite slab in the Makhosini area, several kilometers west of the tarred road to Vryheid. The pe...

King Jama, Makhosini Valley

Makhosini, 3850

(035) 870 2050

He lived during the period 1727 to 1781. He was the younger son of King Ndaba. His royal residence was called Nobamba and was used even by Dingane before he founded Mgungunhlovu.

King Mageba, Makhosini Valley

Makhosini, 3850

(035) 870 2050

He was the brother of King Punga and died without a male heir. When he succeeded to the throne he married his late brother's widow. 1660 to 1745

King Ndaba, Makhosini Valley

Makhosini Valley, 3850

(035) 870 2050

He lived during the approximate period 1745 to 1763. He was probably the son of Mageba. Known as 'the man of affairs'.

King Punga, Makhosini Valley

Makhosini Valley, 3850, 3850

(035) 870 2050

He lived during the approximate period 1657 to 1727. He was probably the son of Zulu (Nkosinkulu).