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- mfecane (zulu pronunciation: [m̩fɛˈkǀaːne], crushing), also known by the sesotho name difaqane (scattering, forced dispersal or forced migration) or lifaqane
- leader mzilikazi, who left kwazulu in the early 19th century during the mfecane. the zimbabwean ndebele and transvaal ndebele languages are not variants
- about 1800, the rise of the zulu clan of the nguni and the consequent mfecane that accompanied the expansion of the zulus under shaka, helped to drive
- omer-cooper's 'the zulu aftermath', which advances the traditional mfecane theory. main article: mfecane the increased military efficiency led to more and more
- mthethwa. their most famous issue was mzilikazi, an influential figure in the mfecane, and founder of the northern ndebele nation. until the rise of zwide and
- can be easily traced to shaka's day.[citation needed] main article: mfecane mfecane (zulu), also known as the difaqane or lifaqane (sesotho), is an african
- what is now lesotho. the kololo were forced to flee from shaka zulu's mfecane during the 1830s. using tactics they had copied from the zulu armies, the
- historian to attempt to discredit conventional historical beliefs about the 'mfecane' - a period of wars during the 1820s and 1830s that resulted in the emergence