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- I see that every white man is an enemy to the black, and every black man an enemy to the white, they do not love each other and never will.
- Dingane to Richard Hulley in February 1838, as quoted in Hulley's “An Account of Rev. Mr Owen’s Visit to Zululand in the Year 1837”.
Quotes about Dingane
- Pray to your God to keep me from the power of Dingaan.
- Mzilikazi to Robert Moffat, when the latter exhorted him to refrain from despotic and cruel acts, and to restrain his plundering indunas, lest the eternal God would frown upon him and deprive him of his power, as quoted by Moffatt in Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa (1842), Cambridge Library Collection, p. 556