Having to convince someone or people to do something needs a strong and respected leader to do so, especially in the African culture. As we all are aware that political parties are busy with their campaigns for the local Government elections and every party is promising honey and milk.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/zulu-monarchy-king-misuzulu-and-prince-mangosuthu-buthelezi-dig-in-as-royal-feud-targets-the-throne-5cc92ea0-c7f8-4c56-915a-b59ed74c65ab Durban - With or without the public authority's crowning liturgy and other due measures, King Misuzulu is as of now on the seat. This is the message conveyed by Inkosi Mangosuthu Buthelezi in his umpteenth endeavor to battle off the "imperial revolutionaries" who are scrutinizing the naming of King Misuzulu as the head of the Zulu country.
Mgilija Nhleko, the "Commander of Zulu regiments," has retaliated against Inkosi Mangosuthu Buthelezi, claiming to be the structure's commander. He stated that the late King Goodwill Zwelithini appointed him to the role, which Buthelezi should have questioned while the king was still alive.
THE corruption of the country is a mystery to God. ” This was stated by IFP founder Inkosi Mangosuthu Buthelezi Friday, when the party unveiled its election manifesto in Durban. Buthelezi told attendees that the money needed to provide basic services was being stolen by unscrupulous government officials.
King Misuzulu is already on the throne, with or without the government's coronation and other formalities. This is the message sent out by Inkosi Mangosuthu Buthelezi in response to the "royal rebels" who are questioning King Misuzulu's appointment as the Zulu nation's leader.
THE Zulu nation has once again stood in awe of the late Queen Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu.The news was confirmed by Zulu Premier Inkosi Mangosuthu Buthelezi on Thursday night.“We are deeply saddened to announce the unexpected passing away of Queen Shiyiwa Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu, the acting Zulu King.
Nongoma - Former president Jacob Zuma has begged individuals from the Zulu government to make peace and consistently look for shared belief when they vary on regal issues.
THE King, Goodwill Zwelithini of Bhekuzulu, has been admitted to the intensive care unit due to diabetes. The news was revealed by Zulu Premier Inkosi Mangosuthu Buthelezi in a statement yesterday. Buthelezi said Mbube was diabetic so his blood sugar level was monitored by doctors. "A few weeks ago, we were worried about fluctuations in the King's blood sugar level, so we had to visit a hospital in Zululand," Buthelezi said. He said unfortunately the problem was not resolved, and Mbube was forced to return to