Your Have probably seen the The black-necked agama around Mtunzini. It is a specie of the tree agama that is native to East, Central and southern Africa. They form structured colonies with a dominant male, several females and juveniles. The males defend territories and engage in combat. Although mostly diurnal, they sometimes exhibit nocturnal activity.
It adapts readily to the vicinity of human habitation. They are classic ambush foragers which spend only some 4% of their time moving.
This involves an average of less than one movement in two minutes. When stationary, the adults position themselves on lateral branches (42% of the time), on tree trunks (35%), or occasionally on the ground (23%).