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PostSubject: Spirit of the Emakhosini    Thu Oct 07, 2010 12:34 pm

Another photo e-mailed to me. Any information on this would be welcomed.
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PostSubject: Spirit of emakhosini   Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:35 pm

hi oh2.
A collegue has sent me this address .

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PostSubject: Spirit of emakhosini   Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:47 pm

hi oh2.
This also from a collegue .
It's a recent monument built at the lower end of the emakhosini valley , next to the main Ulundi / Vryheid road . You stand at
the monument looking up the valley towards mthonjaneni Heights . In the valley are the graves of the early zulu kings , including
Shaka's father senzangakhona , dinizulu and the remains of Digane's place mgungundlovu. The horns on the monument represent
the zulu kings , and the beer pot , community . The passing around of the beer pot represents a coming together of the people .
Cheers 90th. :)
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