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Cetshwayo's Death Place

(035) 474 1141
ronel@umlalazi.com

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...

Cetshwayo's Grave

King Cetshwayo died on 8 February 1884 within the present boundaries of Eshowe. His body was taken in state for burial in a small grove of trees south of the Mome Gorge, where many of his firmest supporters resided. As ...

Coward's Bush

(035) 474 1141
ronel@umlalazi.com

While he resided at his capital Kwa Bulawayo no 2, King Shaka is said to have had army cowards executed at this site. It is also known as Isihlala Samagwala, or the resting place of cowards. An old kei-apple tree grows...

De Hof Cellar - Protea Hotel

64 Turnbull Street, Empangeni, 3880

A La Carte and Buffet

Debonairs Boardwalk- Richards Bay

No. 3 Promenade Parade, Next To Mc Donalds, Richards Bay, 3900

(035) 789 8109
debrbay@telkomsa.net

Now a major harbour, situated about 2-hours drive from Durban northwards on the N2.

Dedekind, Mark

Pongola

083 227 6738
mark@mdsafaris.com

Professional hunting safaris.

Dingane's Mgungundlovu Capital

Farm B of Moordplaats, Makhosini Valley, 3100

(035) 8702050
amafahq@mweb.co.za

This is an archaeological site museum where King Dingane had his capital. Extensive archaeological research has been carried out and huts have been reconstructed.

Dingiswayo's Military Homestead Oyengweni

(035) 8702050
amafahq@mweb.co.za

Dingiswayo's Great Oyengweni Miltary Complex was situated near the present Dondotha Station on the Ulundi-Richards Bay railwayline. Here, King Shaka received much of his training as a warrior.

DinuZulu'sGrave

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

The Zulu King DiniZulu was historically identified with the Bambatha uprising.Heir of Cetshwayo, he is buried beneath a granite slab in the Makhosini valley.

Dlinza Forest

Oftebro Road, Eshowe

A small (200 ha) but dense patch of indigenous forest that contains many species of hardwoods, forest climbers, and dense undergrowth - especially fern species. Small grassy glades are in and around the forest margins.