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- mfecane. (m̩fɛˈkǀaːne , zulu crushing), also known by the sesotho name difaqane (scattering, forced dispersal or forced migration) or
- shaka and the mfecane: mfecane. history and legacy: the increased military efficiency led to more and more clans being incorporated into shaka's
- during a turbulent period in nguni and sesotho-tswana history known as the mfecane , the mzilikazi regiment, initially numbering 500
- he is regarded as the first historian to attempt to discredit conventional historical beliefs about the 'mfecane ' - a period of wars
- during the southern african migrations known as mfecane , the nguni peoples spread across a large part of southern africa, absorbing,
- zulus , as the northern nguni put pressure on the southern nguni as part of the historical process known as the mfecane , or 'scattering'.
- people of zimbabwe descend from followers of the zulu leader mzilikazi , who left kwazulu in the early nineteenth century during the mfecane .
- the origin of their name comes from when they fleeing king shaka zulu during the mfecane wars . the mfecane to present day kwazulu-natal .
- mfecane: mfecane. mfecane (zulu ), also known as the difaqane or lifaqane (sesotho ), is an african expression which means something like '
- northwards into the transvaal , leaving a trail of destruction in their wake and beginning an era of widespread devastation known as the mfecane .