African Kings in the 1800s

Collection by Mamosa Ntsaba

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King Cetshwayo, nephew to Shaka was the last of the great Zulu kings until The Zulu's defeat at the hands of the British in Reinstated as ruler over part of his former nation, King Cetshwayo was soon driven away and died in exile in Black Royalty, African Royalty, African Diaspora, My Black Is Beautiful, African American History, History Facts, My People, World History, Black People

King Cetshwayo, nephew to Shaka was the last of the great Zulu kings until The Zulu's defeat at the hands of the British in 1879

20 December in 1852 the armed and formidable Basotho cavalry of Southern Africa, under the leadership of King Moshoeshoe I (pictured here), inflicted heavy losses on the British invaders in an epic battle on the Berea Plateau. South African Tribes, Black King And Queen, South Afrika, Pan Africanism, Tribal Warrior, Warrior King, Black Entrepreneurs, African Traditions, African Royalty

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Zulu, a people who remain throughout time Date: Mon, *This date celebrates the Zulu nation. The Zulu are the largest ethnic group in South Africa, with a population of approximately 8 million. African Culture, African History, African Art, History Of Wine, Black History, Traditional Dresses, All About Africa, Tribal Warrior, Abstract Art

Lesotho - The History of the Basotho traditional blanket - A blanket was presented to the then King, King Moshoeshoe I in 1860 by a man by the name of Mr. Howel. The King was by all accounts quite taken with the blanket (“a handsome railway wrapper made of light blue pilot cloth, heavy and hairy”) and wore the blanket in preference to his then neglected traditional leopard skin karosses.

Swazi King Sobhuza (Somhlolo) 1 - high bronze sculpture - completed, ready to be transported to Swaziland Bronze Sculpture, Lion Sculpture, Black History, Roots, Freedom, Knowledge, African, King, Statue

Swazi King Sobhuza (Somhlolo) 1 - 3m high bronze sculpture - completed, ready to be transported to Swaziland

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