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Zulu WarriorsThe Battle for the South African Frontier$
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John Laband

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780300180312

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: September 2014

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300180312.001.0001

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Not the ‘White Man's Dogs’

Not the ‘White Man's Dogs’

(p.129) Chapter 11 Not the ‘White Man's Dogs’
Zulu Warriors

John Laband

Yale University Press

The Xhosa army advancing into the Kentani camp in February 7, 1878 led by Khiva and Sarhili's son, Sigcawu, were deploying to the southwest of Kentani, and the Ngqika led by Sandile himself were advancing across the eastern flanks of Kentani hill. As was customary, Sarili addressed his warriors before the battle reminding them that they were not the white man's dogs but they were their fathers' sons.

Keywords:   Xhosa, Kentani, Khiva, Sarhili, white man

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