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Hindu Shiva Temple and Mahatma Gandi

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Kirkland Street, Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal

07N | Built in 1903 this rather unique temple looks almost miniature, yet it is reputed to have the largest Read More →

Col Dick Cunyngham VC Monument

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Dick Cunyngham VC Monument, Ladysmith, KwaZulu Natal

08L | "Here he was struck in the side by a bullet which, fired from the far side of the Read More →

Chief Albert Luthuli and the Blaauwbosch Methodist School and Church

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Blaauwbosch, Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal

08N | The area of Blaauwbosch was bought in 1895 by a private syndicate consisting of 31 Christian Zulu landowners. Read More →

Intombi ABW Cemetery

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Intombi ABW Cemetery, Ladysmith, KwaZulu Natal

09L | "Intombi Cemetery was the last resting place of around 700 British Soldiers. Sewn in blankets these men were Read More →

King Dinuzulu and the Old Prison

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Hospital Street, Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal

09N | Completed in 1905 "His Majesty’s Goal, Newcastle", was at the time considered "the most up-to-date institution" of its Read More →

Tunnel Hill Liverpool Regt Monument

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Tunnel Hill Liverpool Regt Monument, Ladysmith, KwaZulu Natal

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Maharaj House

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Boundary Street, Lennoxton, Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal

10N | This typical colonial Victorian house in Lennoxton was the family home Mac Maharaj, who was a founder member Read More →

Rifleman’s Post

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Rifleman’s Post, Ladysmith, KwaZulu Natal

11L | "The 2nd Battalion Kings Royal Rifles began building Rifleman’s Post on 1st November 1899. Sited on the Read More →

Soofi Mosque

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Soofi Mosque, Ladysmith, KwaZulu Natal

12L | "The first Muslim traders came to Ladysmith in 1885. Showing honesty and courtesy as businessmen they were firm Read More →

Rifle Brigade Monument at Surprise Hill

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Rifle Brigade Monument at Surprise Hill, Ladysmith, KwaZulu Natal

13L | "On the night of 10/11 December 1899 Digby-Jones RE VC blew up a Boer 4.7 inch Howitzer during Read More →