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KwaZulu-Natal

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Dinuzulu - CT Binns

Dinuzulu, The Death of the House of Shaka by CT Binns is a story of the life of Dinizulu, the son of Cetshwayo and the final dissolution of the Zulu military empire founded by Shaka. By the same author as The Last Zulu King: The Life and Death of Cetshwayo.

ZAR 275.00
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Catholic Beginnings in Natal and Beyond - J.B. Brain

Catholic Beginnings in Natal and Beyond by J.B. Brain was first entitled The Early History of the Roman Catholic Church in the Natal Vicariate, 1864-1885 and describes the missionary history of the Roman Catholic Church.

ZAR 200.00
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South Africa - Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi

1st US edition of South Africa: My Vision of the Future by Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi.

South Africa by Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, leader of the Inkatha Freedom Party in KwaZulu-Natal is the intensely personal book by a black South African leader and his visions of the future.

ZAR 90.00
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Zulu References - Carl Faye

Zulu References by Carl Faye is a collection of geographical, historical but mainly linguistic information for the use of Zulu interpreters in native courts, police, missionaries, teachers and students. Illustrated with 5 portraits and a map.

ZAR 200.00
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The Story Of The Zulus - J Y Gibson

The Story Of The Zulus by J Y Gibson is a history of the Zulu peoples from after their first contact with the colonialists to the latter part of the nineteenth century. Illustrated with b&w photos and illustrations.

ZAR 650.00
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Bearing Witness - Simon Haw

Bearing Witness: The Natal Witness 1846-1996 by Simon Haw is a history of South Africa's oldest continuously-published newspaper, founded by David Dale Buchanan.

Includes several black and white photographs from its history

ZAR 150.00
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The Abundant Herds - Marguerite Poland and David Hammond-Tooke

The Abundant Herds by Marguerite Poland and David Hammond-Tooke and illustrated by Leigh Voigt. This is a book about human creativity, not the creativity of the plastic arts, or of music, but rather that of a poet, the wordsmith.This unique book gives an overview of the history of Nguni cattle and their economic, social, political and spiritual importance to the Zulu people, both past and present.

ZAR 550.00
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The Zulu Kings - Brian Roberts

The Zulu Kings by Brian Roberts tells the story of the rise and fall of the Zulu dynasty in colourful detail. The first two Kings - the resolute Shaka and the fickle Dingane - dominate the book.

ZAR 150.00
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Long, Long Ago - R C Samuelson

Long, Long Ago by R C Samuelson is a book on the lives of the early settlers especially in Natal.  Illustrated with b&w photos.

ZAR 900.00
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From the Land of The Zulu Kings - J L Smail

From the Land of the Zulu Kings by J L Smail is a book on the history of European involvement and conflict in the Natal area, focusing on the 19th century.  Profusely illustrated with b&w photos, maps and drawings. Limited de Luxe edition: this is copy number 1262 of 2000.

ZAR 450.00
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With Shield and Assegai - J L Smail

With Shield and Assegai by J L Smail is an historical guide to Natal and Zululand is the result of many years of research and the contents speak for themselves. It is essential to all those who take an interest in the early history of South Africa. Profusely illustrated in black and white.

ZAR 300.00
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The Natal Carbineers - John Stalker

The Natal Carbineers by John Stalker is an early detailed history of one of South Africa's most famous regiments. The Natal Carbineers participated in the invasion of Zululand in January 1879, and on 22 January, 23 members of the Regiment perished in the famous battle of Isandlwana. The unit was subsequently relegated to garrison duties at Landmans Drift on the Mzinyathi, or Buffalo River.In September 1899, the Natal Carbineers was mobilised for active service in the British campaign to subdue the Boer republics of the Transvaal and Orange Free State.

ZAR 6,000.00