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CULTURE

Meet Shaka Zulu who helped in building the Zulu nation

In 1787, Senzangakhona, the young chief of the Zulu which derived it's name from one of the Malandela's quarrelsome sons, fathered a son out of wedlock, Shaka. Shake after serving a number of years in Dingiswayo's army, where he excelled as a military tactician and officer, Shaka became the Zulu chief after his father's death.

  2 months ago ago
Meet Shaka Zulu who helped in building the Zulu nation

CRIME

Meet the brutal leader who killed 7000 people just to celebrate his mother's burial (photos)

The great warrior named Shaka kaSenzangakhona, was just like other men on earth but was unique in his own ways and respected by many individuals at his times.  He was born in July 1787 in south Africa, his father was named zulus.  His father was a great man and known as the zulus nation, he was the king of the zulus kingdom as of that time.  Zulus was well know in his regime and was a very strong man in battle and also rich.  Back to the story Shaka kaSenzangakhona also have a mom named Nandi, he spent

  1 year ago ago
Meet the brutal leader who killed 7000 people just to celebrate his mother's burial (photos)

POLITICS

Meet the King who killed 7000 people to celebrate mother's burial

Shaka kaSenzangakhona was conceived on July 1787 into the little South African gathering of the Zulus. Known as the father of the Zulu nation he was the leader of the Zulu Kingdom from 1816 to 1828. He was one of the most convincing leaders of the Zulu Kingdom, at risk for re - assembling the Zulu military into a significant force through a movement of wide - coming to and enticing changes.  His father was the top of the Zulus before him and his mother, Nandi, was the young lady of the top of a near to clan.

  1 year ago ago
Meet the King who killed 7000 people to celebrate mother's burial