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Of particular importance here is the relationship which Shaka and Dingiswayo had.Shaka granted permission to Europeans to enter Zulu territory on rare occasions.Shaka was victorious in battle, although his forces sustained heavy casualties, which included his head military commander, Umgobhozi Ovela Entabeni.

In Qwabe, Shaka may have intervened in an existing succession dispute to help his own choice, Nqetho, into power; Nqetho then ruled as a proxy chieftain for Shaka Expansion of power and conflict with Zwide As Shaka became more respected by his people, he was able to spread his ideas with greater ease.

At some point Zwide barely escaped Shaka, though the exact details are not known.

In that encounter Zwide's mother Ntombazi, a Sangoma (Zulu seer or shaman), was killed by Shaka.

The Zulu tribe soon developed a "warrior" mindset, which Shaka turned to his advantage.

Shaka's hegemony was primarily based on military might, smashing rivals and incorporating scattered remnants into his own army.

In Qwabe, Shaka may have intervened in an existing succession dispute to help his own choice, Nqetho, into power; Nqetho then ruled as a proxy chieftain for Shaka Expansion of power and conflict with Zwide As Shaka became more respected by his people, he was able to spread his ideas with greater ease.

At some point Zwide barely escaped Shaka, though the exact details are not known.

In that encounter Zwide's mother Ntombazi, a Sangoma (Zulu seer or shaman), was killed by Shaka.

The Zulu tribe soon developed a "warrior" mindset, which Shaka turned to his advantage.

Shaka's hegemony was primarily based on military might, smashing rivals and incorporating scattered remnants into his own army.

Physical descriptions Though much remains unknown about Shaka's personal appearance, sources tend to agree he had a strong, muscular body and was not fat.