King Shaka’s Grave

1828

King Shaka was buried here in 1828 after his assassination by his half brothers Dingane and Mhlangana while his army was on campaign. Alongside the grave is a monument erected from funds collected by the Zulu nation, initiated by King Solomon Nkayishana kaDinuzulu.

In the centre of town in King Shaka Street kwaDukuza (Stanger). Interpretation centre and DVD about King Shaka’s reign and assassination.

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7 Comments

      1. How come you survived the Genocide. Please revise learn our history dont just go about yelling Genocide for some era you were not in.

  1. Every empire has committed countless atrocities, massacres to rule. The Romans did it to the Carthaginians, even here at home, remember Boer concentration camps by the British? even the Dutch themselves committed genocide against the Khoi in the Cape.

  2. The curse of Shaka Zulu left on his half brother’s has proven to be true because the Zulu’s kings reign is still in conflict with the Democrating government rule in some sections and the Kings as a result have limited authority but I will be forever thankful to him for uniting different clans under his Zulu kingdom hence he is sometimes called the King of Kings as a result.

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