Shaka Zulu ruled the Zulu nation during the times of the slave trade. He revolutionized the Zulu army and played a crucial part in Zulu history. http://africanadrenalin.co.za/IsibindiAfrica/zulu_history.htm

Shaka - truly great military leader, born circa turned the Zulu nation into an Empire, inventing the institutions, weapons, and tactics to create an African super-power. That Empire foundered when confronted by European technology.

Actual photo of The Great King Shaka Zulu

An old century photograph of a Zulu warrior - The Zulu people, Zulu Tribe and legendary King Shaka Zulu

#Zulu weaver Nomkhosi Nkosi lives in the farmlands of Zululand, South Africa. She regularly sends #BasketsOfAfrica her beautiful Ukhamba baskets with traditional patterns and geometric designs. Many of her baskets feature asymmetrical designs, so the patterns are different on every side. Her creations are warm and elegant and beautiful.

weaver Nomkhosi Nkosi lives in the farmlands of Zululand, South Africa. She regularly sends her beautiful Ukhamba baskets with traditional patterns and geometric designs. Many of her baskets feature asymmetrical designs, so the patt

Deadly: An executioner's weapon, a stabbing spear, two status sticks, a shield. A collection of weapons used to slaughter British troops at the famous battle of Isandlwana

Zulu tribal shield used at the Battle of Isandlwana to fetch £800

Shields, spears and clubs used by the tribesmen to kill British soldiers during the 1879 Anglo-Zulu war are being sold by Wallis and Wallis auctions in Lewes, East Sussex.

ZULU BRIDE | wearing a flaring red headdress reminiscent of the hairstyle of her ancestors. Traditionally, this headdress was made of her mother's hair.

This Zulu bride wears a flaring red headdress reminiscent of the hairstyle of her ancestors. Traditionally, this headdress was made of her mother's hair. Photo by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Africa | Classical form shield from the Zulu shield from South Africa | Cowhide | ca. 1947

Classical form of Zulu shield. Attempts were made to keep the same colour of shield to all members of a regiment. At the same time shield colour also represented experience.White shield fr the veteran regiments, black for the junior regiments and red for

Shaka Zulu - Africa's greatest Warrior King

1 – Shaka Zulu

- Shaka Zulu: The Complete Series He was an illegitimate prince who reclaimed his birth right with brilliance and brutality.

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