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Zengele-Thiyani This is not an exhaustive list. It would have required a whole book for Mr Ndawo to have written all the amaHlubi clans.
Even then he would not have managed to include all of them. Their abundance is like the soil of Undi and Tugela. Mr Ndawo marked some of the list with asterisk stating that those marked are those that were originally not of the amaHlubi nation but have converted to be amaHlubi due to diverse reasons.
Mr Lwazi Mntungwa contends that there are still a lot of other tribes that join amaHlubi tribe. I have removed the asterisks for only one reason, being that the list is of amaHlubi people without exclusions. I would like to state it explicitly that the term amaHlubi does not only refer to amaRadebe.
It refers to a nation, a tribe, with different clans and clan names. AmaHlubi have kingship or royal genealogy that is believed to have descended from the northern parts of Africa, though it is traceable form yearthat is the 14th century.
Other sources claim that amaHlubi had already been in South Africa by yearin the 13th century. It is during this period that the tribe settled in the area now known as Natal after their land was confiscated by the British.
The invasion by the British could have happened beforethe year by which the king of amaHlubi, king Langalibalele 1 was detained and incarcerated in Robben Island.
History states that when Langalibalele became aware that the British conspired to detain him, he fled to Lesotho. This was the outbreak of the Langalibalele Rebellion.
The British have already invaded amaHlubi land and enforced their laws. Amongst those laws were those that governed possession of guns where firearms had to be legally registered. All those with guns were instructed to take them to the governor for registration.
MacFarlane issued an arrest warrant. When king Langalibalele heard of this he decided to escape, along the foot of the Drakensberg mountains, with some of his warriors and reportedly herd of cattle.
They were heading towards Lesotho. When the ruling governor, Sir Benjamine Pine, heard about this he organised his own troops, led by general A.
Little did the British know that amaHlubi knew their terrain better than they did. They were nowhere near the route that Langalibalele and his men took. The Drakensberg was not an easy climb for Dunford men and they also went astray, missing the route taken by Langalibalele. When they took the route to Hlathimba Pass they further went astray.
Due to the tiring nature of their journey some of the British men and assisting Basothos fainted along the way, some had to crawl while others returned home.
Pine had already received the news that Langalibalele has crossed to Lesotho. Dunford thought that it was the Basotho who were assisting them. It was too late for him and his men when he noticed that it was amaHlubi commander, Mabuhle, and his troops.
There was nothing they could do at that moment as amaHlubi troops have already surrounded them. They wer then trapped in besiege by a band of amaHlubi. It was so tense for the Dunford men so much so that it was even impossible to move, more so that they were instructed to hand over their weapons.However, this thesis argues that archives can be used for political and social benefits by claimants of chieftaincy in Zimbabwe.
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