Melmoth

Melmoth was established as a magisterial office in the time of the British annexation of Zululand in 1887. It was named after Sir Melmoth Osborne, resident-commissioner and chief magistrate of the region. Horticulturists discovered that the mountains around the town were ideal for the planting of wattle plantations and in 1926 a factory was built to process the wattle bark. The economy of the town is still dependent on wattle and pine plantations.

Umhlanga Rocks

Umhlanga Rocks

Takes its name from the Mhlanga river; Zulu for 'river of reeds', which grpw in the sluggish lower...

Coastline

Coastline

The north coast of Natal - Umhlanga and the Dolphin coast is a picturesque coastline, studded with...

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