Braai4Heritage Day 27: Kwadukuza
Kwadukuza, a town about one hour north of Durban is a significant South African heritage site for the fact that Shaka Zulu had his royal kraal there, and it is also the place where he was murdered by his half brother Dingaan.
Shaka's Rock. He came here to look at the sea and strategize, and his impis also had training session here.
Shaka was attacked by Dingaan whilst sitting on this rock and under this rock lies Shaka Zulu's remains.
We braaied crayfish overlooking the sea at Shaka's Rock.
The crayfish were butterflied and based with a lemon butter.
Between Kwadukuza and Shaka's Rock we passed Albert Luthuli's house. He was the first African and South African to win a Nobel Peace Prize.
Sitting on Albert Luthuli's stoep. This is the original bench that he used to sit on.
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