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Stanger

Stanger (KwaDukuza), Dolphin Coast, KwaZulu-Natal Stanger or KwaDukuza, as it is now also known, is today the centre of the sugar cane growing area of the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. It started life as the capital of the Zulu nation in 1820 under the famous King Shaka and is the site of his assassination by his two brothers Dingane and Mhlangane. The capital was abandoned and it was burnt to the ground in 1873. Thereafter the town of Stanger was built for European settlers and named after William Stanger, the Surveyor General of Natal. It th...

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