Shaka - The King of the Zulus

Shaka was the founder of the Zulu Empire whose formidable army played such an important part in the story of Southern Africa. During the 19th Century earning the title of the 'Black Napoleon', Shaka ruthlessly welded the Zulu's national into a fighting force that was feared throughout the region by other tribes and European settlers and which would famously confront the British Empire. Shaka's story is told by Ron Gold expert battlefield guide based at Three Tree Hill

Keywords: Zulu, Military, South Africa

Presented by:

Ron Gold

Directed by:

ICE Productions

Produced by:

ICE Productions


Ron Gold

Thanks to:

Three Tree Hill

Presented and Narrated By:

Ron Gold

Recorded By:

ICE Productions

Special Thanks to:

Three Tree Hill, Zwazulu Natal Tours

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