Tugela


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Tugela

a river in E South Africa, rising in the Drakensberg where it forms the Tugela Falls, 856 m (2810 ft.) high (highest waterfall in Africa), before flowing east to the Indian Ocean: scene of battles during the Zulu War (1879) and the Boer War (1899--1902). Length: about 500 km (312 miles)

Tugela

 

a river in the Republic of South Africa. The Tugela rises in the Drakensberg Mountains and empties into the Indian Ocean north of Durban. The river is famous for the Tugela Falls (933 m high), located in the river’s upper course, the highest waterfall in Africa and one of the highest in the world.

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Queen's South Africa medal with clasps Laing's Nek, Transvaal, Relief of Ladysmith and Tugela Heights.
of British rights of sovereignty beyond the Tugela river.
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A campaign medal won for the Boer war, specifically for the relief of Ladysmith, Orange Free State, and Tugela Heights.
Harriette made the journey for the first time "over the river" (the Tugela, which divided British Zululand from the colony of Natal) to attend the trial of Dinuzulu and other Usuthu at Eshowe.
The girls, pupils at the prestigious City of London School for Girls, were climbing above the spectacular Tugela River in KwaZuluNatal as part of a supervised party of 15 pupils.
Eighty-four people took part in the study, 44 from the Durban metropolitan area and 40 from the Tugela Valley, a rural area about 200 kilometers north of Durban.
In South Africa there's rafting on the Tugela and the Orange rivers with Aquatrails, (Tel: +27 21 762 7916).