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N'waswitshaka males

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Ndzhenga male Eorenji back in january 11 by Zaheer Ali FB, in MalaMala

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(01-18-2024, 11:19 PM)Ngonya Wrote: Ndzhenga male Eorenji back in january 11 by Zaheer Ali FB, in MalaMala

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Were these the last photos this photographer ever took?
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"The magnificent Amahle walking past us on a morning drive."
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King Amahle




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Amahle Ndzhenga responding to the roar of his brother in MalaMala
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Mala Mala video. The boys scrapping over some scraps.




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Eorenji Ndzhenga and some of the Kambula cubs in MalaMala

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Ndzhenga male Amahle
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Amahle Ndzhenga and some of the Kambula pride cubs in MalaMala

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Two boys they’ve got that nwaswitshaka nose and eyes I love it
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In the picture of the two cubs, the one slightly further from the camera looks to be an Orange Eyes Jr.
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Mala Mala January 2024 report:

THE NDHZENGA MALES = 2 
 1 ADULT MALE ± 8 YEARS 11 MONTHS 
 1 ADULT MALE ± 8 YEARS 6 MONTHS 
WESTERN MALAMALA, FLOCKFIELD & CHARLESTON 
 Dominant over the Kambula. 
 First Encountered on MalaMala September 2020 
(31 sightings) 

The Ndhzenga males started off the year by spending much of their time with the members of the Kambula pride and their new offspring. Despite the potential split of the Kambula pride, the Ndhzenga males have still been seen spending time with both factions.

Noteworthy sightings: 
• On the 3rd, they were with the bulk of the Kambula Pride at the Airstrip. 

• The next day, the smaller of the two males chased off an invader, the Skorro male (see ‘OTHER 
LIONS’ section for more details on this male). He chased him north from Senegal Bush while his brother remained with the Kambula pride at the Airstrip. 

• On the 6th, they were joined by three Kambula lionesses when they stole the remains of a 
buffalo kill from the members of the Nkuhuma pride at Buffalo Bush Dam. 

• They returned with these lionesses to Campbell Koppies the next day and stayed in that general 
area until the 10th as they were mating with one of the lionesses during this time. 

• On the 13th, they were back with the bulk of the Kambula pride west of the Airstrip. 

• On the 15th and the 16th, they were back with the three estranged lionesses and their new cubs 
at the Mlowathi Spot. 

• From the 19th to the 25th, they seemed to exchange roles almost daily and at least one of the 
males was seen with the estranged lionesses in the vicinity of Mlowathi Koppies and Campbell 
Koppies, while the other would be with the bulk of the pride elsewhere. 

• On the 23rd, one of the males shared an impala kill with one of the estranged lionesses at 
Campbell Koppies. 

• On the 25th, the larger male was at Hyena Waterhole, protecting his territory from a young sub-
adult male from the Styx pride, who was resting at Mamba Waterhole. 

• On the 27th, the smaller male was back with the bulk of the Kambula Pride at the Airstrip, while 
his brother had made his way back north to the Mlowathi Spot to attempt to mate with one of 
the estranged lionesses. 

• On the 30th, both males were with the three estranged lionesses and three cubs south of Lower 
Mlowathi Crossing.

https://malamala.com/monthly-game-reports/
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Londolozi - The Week in Pictures #636
"The two Ndzenga Males charge through the Sand River with serious intent, in response to the distant roar of another male lion – who was perhaps a little too close for their liking."

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"Like father, like son. One of the cubs from the Ntsevu Pride got up and went to lay down next to the larger of the two Ndzenga Males, adopting a very similar pose."

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"One of the Ndzenga Males crosses the Sand River into Marthly in search of his brother who had been driving out intruders, who were very likely to be the Black Dam Males."

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Eorenji Ndzhenga in MalaMala

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Ndzhenga male Eorenji looking for his big brother Amahle
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