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PostSubject: Cetshwayo's Uncles   Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:53 pm

Hello, I was wondering if anyone had some information or knew of a good reference source on Cetshwayo's uncles on his mothers side? There is a great deal more information on his father Mpande's brothers, which is to be expected, since Shaka and Dingane were both king and played a huge role in Zulu history. I have found Jeff Guy's book " The Destruction of the Zulu Kingdom" to be very helpful on this topic, but was looking for more information. There is a very historic photo( also in Guy's book) of leaders of the deputation and two of them, number 7 Nkungane, and number 16 Mgwazeni, are listed as brothers of Cetshwayo's mother. These are the only two uncles on Cetshwayo's mothers side I have been able to find. Would love to hear if anyone knows more about them or has seen seperate images of them. Thank You. Best, Mike
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