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Letter from Frank and George to Phyllis Naidoo.

Letter from Frank and George to Phyllis Naidoo.

Summary of weather conditions over 11 years (1928-38) in the sugar belt of Natal and Zululand
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John Clark Collection


The Zululand Sore: Migrant Sugar-Estate Labour in Natal, 1914-1939
The Indian population of Natal geographical distribution
Bambatha at Mpanza. The making of a Rebellion.

The Bambatha Rebellion

The last Black armed resistance to colonial domination in South Africa.

Tradition and transformations–The Phongolo-Mzimkhulu region in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries
The Zulu kingdom, 1828-79
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
effectiveness of their resistance, brought their name so dramatically before the world.
Although the way had been prepared by travellers' accounts, and by the" intelligent Zulu"

An imperial high commissioner and the making of a war

On 11 January, one hundred years ago, the British forces under General Chelmsford invaded Zululand. Thus began the Anglo-Zulu war, a war which was to prove a major turning point …

Early Farming Communities of Southern Africa: A population discovered

Tbis paper summarizes southern African Iron Age research of the past decade, during which period the distribution and chronology.......

The Zululand Explorer

There are few places in Africa that rival the diversity of experiences and adventu on offer to the 'Explorer' in Zululand......

Zululand, 1879-1887

A History of Natal has established a place for itself as a standard work of reference in libraries, schools and homes. Now, in paperback for the first time, it becomes available to yet another generation of readers. ...

The reduction of Zululand, 1878-1904

The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 was not greeted with great enthusiasm in either Natal or Zululand. Although Sir Battle Frere was able to raise some
colonial opinion, notably in the Times of Natal and the Natal Mercury, he found no groundswell of enthusiasm for......

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.

Wiseman Khuzwayo Report
Tour of Rectors to Germany
Bead collections from Zululand, Nongoma and uBombo

Bead collections from Zululand, Nongoma and uBombo 

PC149: Eleanor Nash Collection: 'Zululand', Nqutu

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