The Lagaar Helpmakaar Anyone recognize this Anglo-Zulu War water-colour (obscure)?

The Lagaar Helpmakaar Anyone recognize this Anglo-Zulu War water-colour (obscure)?

I'm looking for information regarding this painting:

I've searched and searched, but to no avail: I cannot even figure out who the painter was. All I know is it was a water-colour painted during the Anglo-Zulu War...If anyone has any clues, I could defiantly use the help!
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