Shaka

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Shaka

(ˈʃaka) or

Chaka

n
(Biography) died 1828, Zulu military leader, who founded the Zulu Empire in southern Africa
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Mzikayise Tshaka of the African National Congress is the new councillor in Ward 6 of Ntabankulu Municipality EC444.
Mpezeni was the eldest son of the great Ngoni leader, Zongendaba (or Zwangendaba) who led his people out of South Africa in order to escape the warring of the Zulu king, Tshaka.
Puoane T, Fourie JM, Shapiro M, Rosling L and N Tshaka "Big is beautiful" - an exploration of urban black women in South Africa.
First, the book explains how Tshaka Zulu's wars in the early nineteenth century, paved a trail of blood that led the UCC founding missionaries from Natal/KwaZulu, South Africa to present day Mt.
In line with Tshaka, Transkeian Minister of Education quoted by Behr (1988:255) who argued that educators were charged with the duty of restoring the balance between school product and real manpower needs of our country.