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Welcome to the KwaZulu Cultural Museum at Ondini, Ulundi

The KwaZulu Cultural Museum at Ondini, near Ulundi, was opened in 1984 and houses one of the most representative collections of the rich cultural heritage of KwaZulu Natal. It focuses on the Nguni speaking peoples of South-Eastern Africa, from the earliest inhabitants to the great Zulu Nation. Of note is its famous collection of beadwork.

The items featured on the site is a selection of some of the beautiful items which can be viewed at the museum. The items are divided into categories by the use for which they were intended. There are also a number of items which belonged to King Cetshwayo who ruled the Zulu nation during the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879.


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