Answer and Explanation: The word KwaZulu literally means “place of the Zulu Kingdom” in the Zulu language. As it is the historical homeland of the Zulu kingdom, it is also referred to as the Kingdom of the Zulu in modern South Africa.
The Zulu Kingdom (Zulu: KwaZulu), sometimes referred to as the Zulu Empire, was a Southern African state in what is now South Africa. The small kingdom gained world fame during and after the Anglo-Zulu War, not least of all for initially defeating the British at the Battle of Isandlwana in 1879.
Why this province is called the kingdom of the Zulu
It is the home of the Zulu people and site of their 19th-century kingdom. The Zulu, a Nguni people, initially were a small chieftaincy situated near the White Mfolozi River, but they provided the nucleus for the amalgamations of regional chieftaincies into a Zulu kingdom during the 1810s and early 1820s.
Where does the Zulu Kingdom originate
Originally, the Zulu tribe emanated from the Ngunis who inhabited the central and Eastern Africa and subsequently migrated to the Southern Africa in the “Bantu Migration” which occurred centuries ago. The Zulu tribe represents the largest population of ethnic groups in South Africa; making up to 10-11 million people.
Zulu Kingdom / Founded
Who was the founder of the Zulu Kingdom
Who was Shaka? Shaka was a Zulu chief (1816–28) and the founder of the Zulu empire in Southern Africa. He is credited with creating a fighting force that devastated the entire region.