KwaDukuza Municipality has a diverse community due to its multi-racial composition and rich settlement history. It has a distinct eastern flavour linked to the earlier settlement of Indian families who were imported to work on the sugar cane farms of the big sugar barons such as Sir Liege Hullet. Home to the first African to win the Nobel Peace Prize, Chief Albert John Mvumbi Luthuli, the community of KwaDukuza has hosted PEOPLE from all walks of life in the celebration of the life and times of this Son of Groutville, KwaDukuza
KwaDukuza - Stanger is situated inland from Blythedale and the name epitomises the historical background of the area. The town is home to King Shaka's memorial monument to commemorate his death. The monument stands over the grain pit into which his body was cast following his assassination. KwaDukuza - Stanger has a vibrant central business district with a distinct Eastern flavour catering for visitors and locals alike. Visits can be arranged to nearby Shaka sites as well as the large sugar and paper mills on the edge of this town.