These warriors were leaders of resistance to colonialism in Southern Africa. Autshumayo was a Khoi leader. Makhanda (Makana) was a warrior of the amaXhosa. Mzilikazi led resistance to colonial incursion before founding the Matabele kingdom in what is now Zimbabwe. Moshweshwe warded off colonial attacks on what is now Lesotho. Khama was king of the bamaNgwato people in Botswana. Sekhukhune was king of the Bapedi in the present day Limpopo Province. Labotsibeni Gwamile was the queen mother and queen regent of Swaziland. Cetshwayo led the Zulu Kingdom at the time of war with the British; Nghunghunyane led a rebellion against Portuguese colonialists. ‘Uithalder’ was the pseudonym of Abdullah Abdurahman. King Ramabulana led vhaVenda resistance.