AmaZizi

AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area which includes the Busingatha, Okhombe and Obanjaneni wards.

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AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area

AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

The AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area which includes the the Busingatha, Okhombe and Obanjaneni wards and is situated between Royal Natal Reserve and The Amangwane Traditional Authority Area, commonly referred to as Mnweni which includes the Abhulesini, Kohkwane and Manzano wards. The AmaZizi Traditional Authority Ar ...
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Mount Amery

Mount Amery

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Mount Amery is in the AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area which includes the the Busingatha, Okhombe and Obanjaneni wards.
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Mount Oompie

Mount Oompie

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Mount Oompie is in the AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area which includes the the Busingatha, Okhombe and Obanjaneni wards.
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Singathi (Busingati) Cave

Singathi (Busingati) Cave

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Singathi Cave is located in the AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area which includes the the Busingatha, Okhombe and Obanjaneni wards.. The views on the way are of Singathi Peak and Singathi Buttress.
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Singati

Singati

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Singati is in the AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area which includes the the Busingatha, Okhombe and Obanjaneni wards.
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Singati Wall

Singati Wall

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Singati Wall is in the AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area which includes the the Busingatha, Okhombe and Obanjaneni wards.
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Thaba Edanyazana

Thaba Edanyazana

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Thaba Edanyazana is in the AmaZizi Traditional Authority Area which includes the the Busingatha, Okhombe and Obanjaneni wards.
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uMhwabane Shelter

uMhwabane Shelter

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

uMhwabane Shelter is in the Amazizi Traditional Authority Area. Interpretation by Celeste Rossouw: A large white snake is painted here with people and animals accompanying it. Local AmaZizi communities believe that a mythological snake with an antelope head, called the “uMhwabane”, lives in the river close to the sh ...
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