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AmaHlubi arrived in South Africa around year 1200 led by its originator, Mnguni. Mnguni had three sons, Xhosa, Mthembu and Chibi. When these sons separated after crossing the Zambezi River, the group which remained with Chibi was called imiHuhu, amaMpembe, amaNgelengele and later amaHlubi. This book narrates on the origin of amaHlubi as a nation and it kings from Chibi. It narrates on how the amaSwati, amaNdebele and Sotho of Moshoeshoe originated from the Hlubi nation. It further give picture on how amaHlubi land was confiscated by the British who endeavoured to extinguish the Hlubi nation and incorporated it to the Zulu tribe. The book also gives information on how Bhungane and Hadebe helped abakwaMthethwa and Shaka. It further makes a plea on the recovery of amaHlubi kingdom and Britain to assist in that recovery process.