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Published on Aug 23, 2011
THE HEART OF THE ZULU KINGDOM Zululand is named after the inhabitants of the area, the Zulus. 'Zulu' means 'heaven' in the Zulu language. Zululand, part of the province of KwaZulu-Natal is peaceful, with green hills of rich soil, waving grasslands, abundant forests, and an unhurried lifestyle.
The major towns of Vryheid and Ulundi, are both well located in relation to the national road and rail networks. Route P700 between Ulundi and Richards Bay is a major development corridor that will facilitate eco-tourism, agricultural activities and business opportunities. Zululand borders on the kingdom of Swaziland, which is land locked and a trading partner with South Africa.
The coal-line corridor running from Richards Bay, through Ulundi, Vryheid and Paulpietersburg and on to the mining areas of Mpumalanga, is an important route in the national rail network.
Vryheid is an active role-player as Zululand's main commercial, industrial and business centre, with a well developed physical, social and institutional infrastructure. Ulundi is ideally situated for office, industrial, co