Tag : madzikane kaZulu

Idabi lake Ntsizwa
11 Jun
8:02

Idabi lake Ntsizwa

Ngonyaka 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….

Bhaca people
06 Mar
8:19

Bhaca people

The Bhaca people or amaBhaca are an ethnic group in South Africa, mainly found in the small towns of the former Transkei homeland, Mount Frere and Umzimkhulu, and surrounding areas (a region that the Bhaca people call kwaBhaca, or “place of the Bhaca”). Their language, isiBhaca, is Xhosa with strong Zulu and some Swati influences. The origin of their name is unclear. The word ukubhaca in Nguni languages means to…

AmaBhaca – The People of Madzikane kaZulu
13 Feb
5:09

AmaBhaca – The People of Madzikane kaZulu

Who are they? Where are they? How do they live? What makes them tick? Check back soon to get these answers and more answered as we CELEBRATE the life of AmaBhaca. The History, The Present and the Future! The Heritage, The Place, The Food, The Lifestyle, The Music, The Dance,…