I need someone to show me with a map (link preferred) where Ndotsheni, South Africa is today. Please help me!?

I need a map because I'm making an archetype poster that must be linked to it. Please help if you can. Thanks! xoxo!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    I found a couple links for you. The bookwolf link tells you that Ndotsheni is actually a village in rural Natal province in Eastern South Africa. Based on the book Cry The Beloved Country. The only thing that comes up for Natel is Kwazulu-Natal....that is pictured on the map in the link. I don't think you are going to find a map specific enough to find a village :)

    http://www.bookwolf.com/Free_Booknotes/Cry_the_Bel...

    http://www.eyesonafrica.net/south-african-safari/k...

    http://www.eyesonafrica.net/south-african-safari/k...

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Ndotsheni South Africa

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

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    Hey, FM I agree that we should be showing more respect and treating each other with more dignity, i was there on Saturday night and i also noticed how badly some of the vendors were treated , but i also have to say that some can be verry annoying and "pushy" i had bought one of those glowy thingys but a couple of them still came up to me insisting that i buy, some are gracious and will leave you alone if you say no , but others will follow and insist , that pisses me off... and i dont let me get started with the "car guards" one guy stood in front of my car refusing to move , wanting me to park on the pavement - he didnt even know if i was looking for parking or not - luckyly though before i lost my temper and rode him over , the cops on horses came and took him away, i must say the cops were all around and very helpful. Back to the issue though , i try to be dignified with them but far too many feel that you are obligated to buy stuff from them and therefore bring the ill-treatment they receive upon themselves.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Google earth

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