Idabi lake Ntsizwa

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Idabi lake Ntsizwa
11 Jun
8:02

Madzikane ka Zulu the Battle of Ntsizwa iDabi lase NtsizwaNgonyaka ka 1828, uShaka ka Senzangakhona wahlasela uMadzikane no Faku. uShaka wanduluka ekhokhele umkhosi wakhe buqu. Wathsi mayefika kumlambo uMzimkhulu, wawehlula kabini lomkhosi, omnye wawukhomba ukuthsi uhlasele uMadzikane omnye wawukhomba kuFaku ikhokhelwe tinjengele. UShaka no Henry Francis Fynn bashiyeka etu komlambo uMzimkhulu.

 

Umkhosi owawuthunyelwe kuMadzikane wahlangatshetwa etu kweentsaba teNunge. UMadzikane wayalela unyana wakhe, uNcaphayi ukuthsi akhokhele umkhosi owawekhiwe amaWushe, AmaChiya, AmaMpovane, AmaNqolo, AmaXesibe, kunye netinye itizwe, ukuba alwe nalomkhosi kaShaka awurhole awujikeletise iintsaba teNunge, lo gama yena ephehla intseleti kwadze kwawa ikhephu.

 

Waqothola ke lawo umkhosi kaShaka owawukhokhelwe uDingane umninawe kaShaka. Wahlaselwa waphoze waphelela. Le ndzawo yeentsaba teNunge owafela kuyo yadze yabitwa ukuthsi yiNtsizwa, ngoba kulawo IINTSIZWA tomkhosi kaShaka tafela khona. (Le yimbali yeengwevu takeMzimvubu)

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11 Comments

    Lucina

    July 3, 2014 at 8:02 am

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    Wanda Mgwebi

    October 3, 2014 at 8:02 am

    We have been informed that ooNuba, Khweli, Civashe, Jukuca, Ntshuca are Bhaca. Do you perhaps have a clearer understanding of where the Nuba clan fit into the Bhaca people?

    The Nuba people have also been linked to the Nuba people from Sudan. Apparently, they came with the King of Amampondo as the fighters and cattle herders. Do you perhaps have knowledge of this?

    Regards

    junior

    November 5, 2014 at 8:02 am

    that is why even today there is still conflicts betwwen xhosas and Zulus,so in other words the amapondo overpowerd the shakas?

    Yanga Majola

    March 9, 2015 at 8:02 am

    Great stuff brother, I would want to have a word with you. I’m currently doing my Masters Degree in Linguistics and my focus on contact dialects in the case of the Bhaca language.

    Shiyah Ncosa

    June 18, 2015 at 8:02 am

    @Junior Mpondos range bahlule Shaka bt uSkhosi ka Shaka owawurholwa uNdlela wakwa Ntulu walla amampondo,dts y in Shaka’s praise name u Wl find it isbongo etithsi ” wadla izihlangu zamampondo,wadla uNgqungqushe unparalleled Tayi ect” bt da people who defited Shaka is amaZelemu under king Gobiswano Zelemu.mpondos wer nt strong to Zulus bt Zelemis wer strng bcoz even da arrival of Nqetho Qwabe who entered Mpondoland,Faku asked 4 Help from amaZelemu to axile Nqetho back to kwazulu

    siyanda chiliza

    August 16, 2015 at 8:02 am

    firstly id like to add that the bhaca pepole are not under the xhosa’s or the zulus isbhaca or the bhaca culture is a mixture of zulu, xhosa and isiswati. the swati influence comes from king ncaphayi’s wife who is decendant from abalambo from swaziland..now my question or request is to find out where the chiliza people fit in

    zama,maduna ngodwana

    September 6, 2015 at 8:02 am

    Ndayithatha I history ngakumbi le yakwaBhaca kutamele ndifune ukutsi kwente kanjani abaKwaMaduna ukute bafike kwaBhaca

    unathi nxadi

    October 13, 2015 at 8:02 am

    Ndayithsanza kele into yamabhaca mna ndisafisa ukwati ukuthsi thsina Bantu bakwa xaba safika kanjani kwabhaca sibuyaphi kona

    Bongiswa Gaulana ( Gawulana)

    November 20, 2015 at 8:02 am

    I ‘d like to know . ukuzithutha .ngoba ndiphelele xa ndithi Ndala ,Mhlophe ,Ntundzela.
    ndili Bhaca .so ndiva xa begqibezela bazithuthwa okwaMamfengu, MAxhosa .so abanye bathi asidibani .sohlukana phi

    Chiya Wohlanga

    August 7, 2016 at 8:02 am

    Mhmm…
    The fact of the matter is that there is no written history about all this stuff. Therefore we can only rely on oral tradition. From what I have heard from my elders so for, i find this information very disjointed, manufactured and completely inaccurate, its comical. And please stop making Ncapayi greater than he was. Lies. Ncapayi went there because he needed protection from Faku. He actually claimed that his father (Madzikane) had endorsed Bhacas merging with Faku. There is no evidence that Madzikane wanted that. Long story short, Ncapayi’s sabbatical to Pondoland didt last long, as him and Faku had a fall-out which led to his death there. When he died eMampondweni and guess who led amaBhaca aseMbondzeni in his absence? Real Bhaca warriors, the Mjolis, Chiyas, Siwelas and so forth. Once Faku realised that Ncapayi was dead, he attacked Mount Frere. But the warriorsI mentioned defended the Bhaca nation. Its the battle of Nophoyi I’m talking about here. All in all, Faku weakened the Bhaca nation and for a long time after his death it had no leader. These chiefs/warriors I mentioned above (Wushe/Mjoli, Chiya, Siwela ) held it together. One more thing, there was no battle eNtsizwa between Shaka and Madzikane, Shaka’s army died as a result of the snowfall. So people must stop manufacturing or re-writing history here to suit their narrative. I fully agree with the person who commented above here about the importance of remembering that we are Zelemus, rather than Bhacas. That’s what I was told too while growing up.

    nomawethu

    April 21, 2017 at 8:02 am

    I would like to know where the mazotsho clan situated in bhaca

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