Lang Hans van Rensburg
Johannes Jacobus (Lang Hans) Janse van Rensburg (12 August 1779 – July 1836) was a leader of one of the early Voortrekker groups. His entire group of 51 people was massacred by an 'impi' of Manukosi near Inhambane. Only his two children were spared, as a result of an intervention by another Zulu warrior. Included in the party was Nicholaas Balthasar Prinsloo, who was a Slagtersnek rebel, his wife, Petronella Maria Krugel/Kruger and their family.
|The Janse van Rensburg Trek massacre|
|Part of the Great Trek|
|Location||Djinjispruit, near modern day Inhambane, Mozambique|
|Perpetrators||impis of Manukosi|
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-02-19. Retrieved 2014-02-19.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- Visagie, Jan C., Voortrekkerstamouers 1835 - 1845. Protea Boekhuis. Pretoria. 2011. Page 406