|Battling with Banality||
This article deals with the history of nineteenth-century KwaZulu Natal, in particular the history of the British invasion of Zululand in 1879. While it used to be apartheid which threatened critical South African history, today it is competition and the free market.
|MAKING AN INKATHA: DINUZULU’S WAR DOCTOR BEFORE THE NATIVE HIGH COURT||
In the spring of 19052 acting chief Ntshingumuzi kaMkwetu3 assembled his section of the Qwabe4 people at his Nkanini homestead built on the middle reaches of the Nonoti river 5 on Crown lands in the Lower Tugela Division of the Colony of Natal.
|The British invasion of Zululand: some thoughts for the centenary year||
It is now one hundred years since the British invaded the Zulu kingdom and the Zulu, by the
|The Zulu Kingdom|