Shaka, the Zulu chief, tells his warriors. Before the white man, Shaka's amabutho regiments attack with speed and maneuver, a sort of "African Blitzkrieg."
His superbly fit athletes encircle their enemy with his "Horns of the Bull" pincer movement like that of World War II. But Shaka's genius is not limited to war. His legacy is the Zulu nation, one of the fiercest and proudest in Africa.