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Makedama , the chief of the E - Langeni , was a docile man and he , with his
whole tribe , submitted meekly to Shaka ' s demands ; these were a close alliance
, indistinguishable from incorporation with the Zulu clan . Dingiswayo , who was ...
his tribe and was now a fugitive abroad . As it later turned out , he sought refuge
with Zwide , the chief of the powerful Ndwandwe tribe . When Pungashe
complained to Zwide that he had been driven from hearth and home , and his
tribe had ...
He was an empire - builder , whereas most of the leaders of the destructive tribal
hordes were desperadoes , intent solely on ... Mtimkulu ' s tribe — the Hlubis —
was big and powerful , and enjoyed Dingiswayo ' s especial favour , as he had ...
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A fascinating book about a fascinating man and culture. I was left with the feeling that, had Shaka been living in, say, Europe and been white he would have been heaped with long lasting praise as an ... Read full review
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Originally written in 1955, I find this an excellent biography. Shaka began from a very low status position among his people and re-organized them into a very respectable, bronze or early Iron age ... Read full review
ZULULAND AND THE ZULUS IN THE LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY I
BIRTH AND EXILE
THE YOUNG SOLDIERPAMPATATHE ASSEGAI
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