Home HISTORY THE NGONI MIGRATION (O LEVEL) EFFECTS OF NGONI They caused wide spread loss of lives leading to depopulation in some areas. The Ngoni migration was primarily caused by Shaka’s expansionist wars. He had embarked on an a vigorous policy of expanding his empire at the expense of. Explain the causes of the Ngoni migration. Reasons for the Ngoni migration. The Ngoni migrated due to the tyrannical and dictatorial rule of.

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Two groups remained in East Africa,i. Zangendaba led the Ngoni group that made migratiom way north as far as Southern Tanzania. Many people copied the Ngoni military tactics the cow – horn tactic and adopted their weapons the short stabbing spear for defence against the slave traders and local enemies. The Zulu also started to grow maize.

Use arrows to show the movements of the Ngoni to East Africa. Men like Zwangendaba, Maputo and Zulugama provided good leadership.

Ngoni Migration / The Coming of the Ngoni ~ wanazuoni Wetu

It led to increased warfare among the African societies, including those areas that had been peaceful before. It also led to massive loss of lives. There were several waves of migration from South Africa but two groups came to East Africa around the s.


Zwagendaba died here in aboutand his followers splint up into five sections. A History of East Africa by Odhiambo. The Zulu warriors were well trained. This long journey by the Boers is historically known as “the great trek”. Each time the Ngoni were pushed further and further north. Video tape on Shaka. They often fought on their feet and in open areas for easy movement.

They finally miggation at Kahama South of Lke Victoria. This greatly swelled their numbers and by the time they reached Tanzania the non- Ngoni outnumbered the original Ngoni.


In thes they invaded the Nyamwezi capturing many and incorporating them in their ranks. They had good military tactics of attacking their cahses like the cow – horn tactic which enabled them to mgration their enemies easily. It was also due to epidemic diseases such as smallpox and sleeping sickness that affected them. Some of the Maseko moved back to Mozambique while others moved to Kilombero valley where they became known as the Mbunga.

Nulla hendrerit a est vel ornare. Ask them if their families have ever shifted to another place. They used assimilation policyi. For two more years they raided neighbouring people, the Sukuma and Msafwa, to get food and cattle. When Zwangendaba died aroundthe Ufipa Ngoni disagreed and split into five groups.


They migrated due to the increased knowledge causee military tactics by the age regiments. The Growth of External Contacts and Pressures.

Reasons for the Ngoni migration.

Effects of Ngoni migration? From the Ngoni mgration, people learnt how to get organized from smaller disorganized societies, to well organized bigger political systems. They also made themselves fearful to their enemies by wearing the skeletons of their victims. It was because of influence of men like Zwangendaba, Maputo and Zulugama who provided good leadership.

January 9, at 3: Many of them starved due to the lack of food. Make a list of the important dates between and and write down what happened at each date: He created a period of wars Mfecane that forced many people to migrate and find new areas for settlement. The Ngoni had a large, well-trained and disciplined army. They destroyed the economy of the people of southern Tanzania when they grabbed their cattle.