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Meet Prince Bambindlovu Zulu younger brother to King MisuZulu Zulu

Bambindlovu Zulu is a South African Royal Prince of the Zulu Kingdom, he is the second son of the late Queen Mantfombi Dlamini and the late king King Goodwill Zwelithini. Bambindlovu is after the current King MisuZulu.

The Zulu Kingdom is a very big Kingdom with millions of people from the tribe, it is a very popular tribe. It is infamous for it being beautiful and having the easiest language which is spoken by many different people.

The Zulu palaces are differentiated into six parts because the late King had six wives, the other palaces are Enyokeni by Queen Machiza, KwaDlamahlahla by Queen KaMathe, Kwakhangelamankengane by the late Queen Mantfombi, Lindizulu by Queen MaNdlovu, Ingwavuma and Ondini.

Zulu people are called AmaZulu which means people of heaven or people of weather, they are described as the most generous people with humility. The younger Prince is very family oriented person because most of the time he spends time with his family in the palace.

Bambindlovu's father is the late Zulu Monarch, who rulled longest of all the Zulu kings and he made history, Bambindlovu and his siblings were born in KZN village called Nongoma by the princess of Eswatini who became the Queen of the Zulu nation.

The Zulu Prince has been learning from his father from long time ago, he once attended his father's launched back in 2011 when his father launched the first Qingqdao wine and the Food festival as the guest of honour and Bayede range in China.

The wine range was created by his father the King and it was called Bayede. His life has always been precious because he is of the Zulu blood.

Prince Bambindlovu has always been accompanying his father and family members to the Royal tours. He has been the right hand man for his older brother who is currently the Zulu Monarch.

Source: www.Times.com

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