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Fort Itala Battlefield


(034) 9822133 EXT 2271

The southermost point in Zululand reached by Louis Botha during the second Boer invasion of Natal.

Fort KwaMondi - Eshowe

(035) 474 1141

The burial site of British soldiers who died mainly of disease during the Siege of Eshowe 1879.

Fort Marshall


(035) 835 0029

The fort was built on 18 June by the 2/21st, and named after Major Gen F.Marshall during the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879.

Fort Newdigate

(035) 835 0029

The fort was built on 6 June 1879 and garrisoned by two companies of the 2/21st Royal Scots Fusiliers, a detachment of no 10 battery, and the 7th Brigade Royal Artillery.

Fort Nolela - Olundi

Ulundi, 3838

(035) 870 0812

Also called Fort Ulundi, it wasbuilt by men of the 1/24th overlooking the camp of Lord Chelmsford’s Flying column during the two days before the Battle of Ulundi. It is about a kilometer south of the White Umfolozi Riv...

Fort Nongqai Museum Village

(035) 474 2281

This church / museum was built by funds donated by the Norwegian government in 2000. There is a collection of items and a history of their time here. Emphasis on Bishop Shreuder who was instrumental in getting King Mpand...

Fort Nongqayi

Nonqai Road, Eshowe, 3820

(035) 474 1141

In 1883, a Zulu force, the Nongqayi, was commissioned to support Sir Melmoth Osborn, the British resident, whose task it was to control the civil unrest after the Anglo-Zulu war.Its headquarters were at Fort Nongqayi whi...

Fort Nonqai

Nonqai Road, Eshowe, 3815

(035) 4741141

The fort originally housed the Nonqai (restrainers) or Zululand police, raised in 1883 to serve as a guard for Sir Melmoth Osborne, the resident commissioner. Only fifty men were in the command when it was first formed...

Fort Piet Uys


(034) 982 2133 EXT.2271

The fort was built by Baker Russel's column on 29-30 August 1879 and garrisoned by a company of the 94th. Ploughing will soon have obliterated its last vestiges.

Fort Prospect, Babanango Area


(035) 835 0029

On 24 September 1900 the outpost manned by 80 British soldiers was attacked by 400 Boers . The Boers were eventually forced to withdraw.