Shaka

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Kgosi Shaka kaSenzangakhona
KingShaka.jpg
1824 Setshwantsho sa kakanyetso se se dirilweng ke motaki wa mo European artist's impression of Shaka. Ditshwantsho tsa nnete ga di itsiwe.[1]
Reign1816–1828
Tsaloc. Thakole 18 1787
Mthethwa Paramountcy (tsatsi leno go bapile le Melmoth, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)
Leso22 September 1828 (age 41)[2]
KwaDukuza, Kingdom of Zulu
RraagweSenzangakhona kaJama
MmagweNandi
Se se bakileng lesoo bolailwe
Resting placeKwaDukuza, South Africa
29°20′24″S 31°17′40″E / 29.34000°S 31.29444°E / -29.34000; 31.29444

Shaka KaSenzangakhona (c. July 1787 – 22 September 1828), o itsegeng gape ka leina la Shaka Zulu (Zulu pronunciation: [ˈʃaːɠa]) le Sigidi KaSenzangakhona ke motlhami wa Letso la BaZulu go tsa ko 1816 goya ko 1828. Ke ene o tlhotheleditseng bogosi jwa BaZulu.

Shaka o tsholetswe mo lunar ka kgwedi ya uNtulikazi (Phatwe) ka ngwaga wa 1787 kwa Melmoth, Profense ya KwaZulu-Natal ke ngwana wa kgosi ya baZulu Senzangakhona KaJama. Ke ngwana o seng ka fa tlase ga lenyalo. Shaka o goletse ko legaeng la mmagwe, kwa a neng a ropisiwa mo ibutho lempi (mokgatlho o lwang) a dira e le mogaka ka fatase ga Dingiswayo.[3]

Botshelo[fetola | Fetola Motswedi]

E rile Sengzangakhona KaJama (Borragwe Shaka Zulu) baswa ka 1816, monnawe Shaka Sigujana kaSenzangakhona a tsaya bogosi ka e ne ele ngwana wa kgosi, lefa go ntse jalo o ne a tlogela mo sebakeng se sekhutshane , jaaka Dingiswayo a batla go tsaya bogosi, o ne a fa Shaka sebaka gore a kgone go ka bolaya Sigujana. Le fa Shaka a ne a tsaya bogosi.

Leso[fetola | Fetola Motswedi]

Dingane kaSenzangakhona le Mhlangana, bo monnawe Shaka, ba ne ba setse ba kile ba leka go mmolaya makgetlho a kanna mabedi pele ga ba ka kgona. Go diragetse ka bonako nyana morago ga leso la ga mmage. Nandi, o tlhokafetse ka Phalane 1827, ebile leso la gagwe le bakilwe ke botho jwa ga Shaka bo bo neng bo sa nna sentle. Shaka o bolailwe batho ba le bararo go gongwe ka 1828; O ne a setse a ithoisetse ba le bantsi.

Metswedi[fetola | Fetola Motswedi]

  1. Johanneson et al. 2011, p. 150.
  2. Morris 1994, p. 107.
  3. "History of Shaka (Tshaka), King of the Zulu". bulawayo1872.com. Retrieved 15 September 2014.