Autshumao (spelt by Mandela as Autshumayo) was a Khoi leader.Chief Maqoma, was commander in the anti-colonial so-called Sixth Xhosa War of 1834–36. Hintsa was the thirteenth king of the amaXhosa and ruled from 1820 until his death in 1835. Siqungati was a Thembu warrior who fought against colonialism. Gecelo was a Xhosa chief who was in the forefront of battles against colonialism in the 1800s. Cetwayo was a nephew of King Shaka Zulu. He succeeded his father, Mpande, as king of the Zulu nation in 1872. Bambatha led a protest known as the Bambatha Rebellion against British rule and taxation in 1906. Mampuru was a king and anti-colonial fighter who was executed by colonial powers in 1883. Sekhukhune was king of the baPedi who fought in two anti-colonial wars. He was assassinated by his rival Mampuru in 1882. Makhado was a warrior king and son of King Ramabulana. Tshivhase was the son of Dibanyika, the first King of the VhaVenda, south of the Limpopo River. Dalindyebo Ngangelizwe was king of the abaThembu from 1879. In 1904, he visited England and attended the coronation of King Edward VII. Indlovukazi was the Swazi queen mother. Labotsibeni Gwamile was the queen mother and queen regent of Swaziland.