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Bronco Creek Spur

Shop 32a, Boardwalk Shopping Centre, Richards Bay, 3900

(035) 789 5647

Don’t miss out on the great family times that await you at Bronco Creek Spur family restaurant. We are considered by our growing number of loyal patrons to be one of the friendliest and most family-oriented restaurants...

Bulawayo No 1 (Kwa Bulawayo) Zulu Capital)

This was Shaka's first royal homestead. He called it Kwabulawayo in remembrance of the suffering of his childhood. It is in the Makhosini Valley, south of the junction of the Ulundi road with that from Melmoth to Vryhe...

Bulawayo No. 2 (Kwa Bulawayo)

uThungulu House, Krugerrand, CBD Richards Bay

This is the site of Shaka's capital after the Ndwandwe campaign, with construction starting around 1820. The nearby cowards' bush is where King Shaka allegedly used to have warriors executed if they had shown cowardic...

Bush and Beach Private Tours

8 Protea Prag, Veldenvlei, Richardsbay, 3900

Bush and Beach private tours offer you the opportunity to experience the natural beauty of Zululand in a scenic and relaxing atmosphere. Enjoy a drive through the Hluhluwe/Imfolozi game park. Visit Hippos and crocodiles ...

Buthelezi Ancestral Sites

(035) 870 0812

The ancestral sites of the Buthelezi lie to the east of Babanango, towards Ulundi.

Canefields Country House

Junction of R 102 & N2, Empangeni, 3880

(035) 792 0031

For up to 230 guests with a country restaurant offering scrumptious meals. Tranquil outdoor terrace area and bar providing a relaxing atmosphere for sundowners or a few drinks with friends besides the pool. Three confere...

Casanietos Sports Bar

Addison Park Mathuba Road, Next To Cricket Club, Empangeni, 3880

(035) 772 7669

Seafood, curries and steak

Cecil Emmett Park

Utrecht Street, Vryheid, 3100

Caravan & camping site, braai facilities, wide open spaces good for families.

Cetshwayo's Crowning Ceremony 1873

Mlambongwenya, Ulundi, 3838

It was at this kraal that Cetshwayo was crowned king of the Zulus by Sir Theophilus Shepstone in August, 1873. Little is left of the site.

Cetshwayo's Death Place

(035) 474 1141

At the time of his death, Cetshwayo was living in a small kraal on a knoll in the southern suburb of present-day Eshowe. He died on 8 February 1884, apparently of a heart attack. He is buried in the southern Nkandla ar...