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What makes our City?

Written by Administrator Sunday, 09 October 2011 23:51

Ulundi lies in at the hub of the old Zulu Kingdom; it has a number of activities that are located in and around Ulundi. These include game reserves, historic al/cultural sites, cultural events, and guest lodges. Game reserves in the area include the Hluhluwe –Umfolozi Park, the Ophathe Game Reserve, and the ThakaZulu Game Reserve. Historical/cultural sites include Nodwengu (King Mpande’s residence and grave), Ulundi Battlefield, and Piet Retief’s grave.


The KwaZulu Cultural Museum houses interesting displays relating to Zulu history and archaeology. The beehive huts and the layout of the original Zulu village have been reproduced.
The Umgungundlovu multimedia center, with facilities such as A state of the art auditorium offers a truly memorable audio visual production tracing the 400 year history and culture of the Zulu people using voice, song, music, praise poetry and breathtaking images of the landscape, ev

ents and the people. It is hoped this will inspire young people to appreciate and contribute to this rich historic and living culture. A restaurant terrace and open air amphitheater cater for other visitor needs.
We are on the Cargo railway line connecting Richards Bay, Mpumalanga and Gauteng.


Ulundi has a level 2 Airport known as Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi Air Port.
When travelling by road we are about 235kms north of Durban 155kms from Richards’s bay and 125 from Vryheid.
Ulundi Regional sports complex with a soccer pitch that is enjoying Premier Soccer League status.