DB14, it'd be hard to put a number on how many N.N.C. died, but I'd reckon about two-thirds, the rest dispersing all over the country and into Natal. It is unfortunate that the N.N.C. were considered cowardly, as I think many of them would have put up a good fight, if anything, because they had to, as it was a matter of life or death - kill or be killed. It was Hamilton-Browne who appeared to find the isiquizi(?) in the N.N.C. the most dependable and bravest, but someone might correct me on this.