Sezela

Legend has it that the Sezela River was named after a man-eating crocodile that terrorised the Malangeni people. The crocodile was called iSezela meaning ‘the one who smells out’ for it was said that the crocodile hunted like a wild dog following a trail. When King Shaka heard about the crocodile he decided that he wanted its skin.

The sugar mill at Sezela handles all cane grown by the Reynolds Brothers Limited which produces 120 000 tons of sugar per year.

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