Isipingo

The resort of lsipingo is built on a high ridge of sand at the mouth of the river called isiPhingo by the Zulu, their name for the cat-thorn shrubs that grow in this area.

The celebrated Dick King was given land at lsipingo as a reward for his historic ride on horseback form Durban to Grahamstown. He died at lsipingo in 1871. His homestead has been renovated and is now the headquarters of the local traffic department of the Durban• Southern Metropolitan Council.

Melmoth

Melmoth

Melmoth was established as a magisterial office in the time of the British annexation of Zululand...

Hluhluwe

Hluhluwe

The town of Hluhluwe is one of the most important tourist attractions in the northern region of...

Babanango

Babanango

A mountain called Babanango is situated about 69km north of Melmoth and looks down on a town with...

Ulundi

Ulundi

Site of the royal village of Zulu, previously capital of KwaZulu, and the name in Zulu means 'the...

Richard’s Bay

Richard’s Bay

Takes its name from the bay at the mouth of the Mhlathuze River, which was named after Sir...

Eshowe

Eshowe

Proclaimed in 1915, named after the sound of the wind through the trees or after ishowe, a...

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