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Ondini Cultural Museum and site of King Cetshwayo’s Royal Residence

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eMakhosini Opathe Heritage Park, Ulundi, KwaZulu Natal

105 | Open-air museum and partially reconstructed isigodlo (harem) of King Cetshwayo's royal residence as well as Ondini Cultural Museum. Read More →

Talana Museum, Battlefield and Heritage Park

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Victoria Street, Dundee, 3000, South Africa

701 | 20 October 1899 The first major Battle of the War between the British and the Boers. The Boers occupied Read More →

King Shaka’s Grave

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King Shaka's Grave, KwaDukuza, KwaZulu Natal

102 | 1828 King Shaka was buried here in 1828 after his assassination by his half brothers Dingane and Mhlangana while Read More →

Mpande’s Grave – Nodwengu Museum

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Mpande’s Grave, Ulundi, KwaZulu Natal

109 | King Mpande ruled Zululand from 1840 to 1872 and managed to live in harmony with both the Voortrekkers Read More →

Gqokli Hill Battlefield

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Ulundi Area, KwaZulu Natal

104 | This is the site of the epic battle in April 1818 between the forces of King Shaka and Read More →

King Senzangakhona’s Grave

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eMakhosini Opathe Heritage Park, Ulundi, KwaZulu Natal

101 | Senzangakhona, father of King Shaka, Dingane and Mpande. Buried at esiKlebheni, near Mgungundlovu. Site of the repository of Read More →

Ladysmith Siege Museum

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151 Murchison Street, Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal

703 | Acclaimed as one of the best Anglo Boer War museums in South Africa, its displays on the famous Read More →

eMakhosini Ophate Heritage Park

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eMakhosini Opathe Heritage Park, Ulundi, KwaZulu Natal

107 | This is the "Valley of the Kings" and within the park you will find the burial places of Read More →

Fort Durnford

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Fort Durnford, Escourt, KwaZulu Natal

Erected shortly after the Langalibalele Rebellion to counter raiding San(Bushmen). Magnificent stone structure overlooking the town of Estcourt. Houses a Read More →


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Near John Ross Road Bridge, Mandeni, KwaZulu Natal

106 | 2 December 1856 Site of battle between Prince Cetshwayo and his brother Prince Mbuyazi, which established Cetshwayo as King Read More →