Sotondose’s Drift on the Buffalo River is not really a drift at all. Situated at the bottom end of an upside-down triangle with Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift comprising the other angles, access is down very steep rocky hillsides on either flank. At low water it consists of a difficult boulder-hopping crossing for foot traffic only. It is marked by a curiously shaped so-called “coffin rock’.
If you would like an unforgettable experience join us the Fugitive's Drift Walk. We leave from Dundee by bus and on arrival at Isandlwana battlefield, have a short talk putting the story into context. And then set off along the 14km walk with expert guides to get you safely to the Buffalo river. This is rough terrain, but the stories along the way make it a must do, tick the box event in your life.
I read Politics and Community- Based Research: Perspectives from the Yeoville Studio, Johannesburg with great interest as I have known Yeoville since I was a child and have many memories of the suburb.