Every family head aspired to leave his or her family in order, especially with regard to the succession plan. The Zulu nation was at peace during the reign of King Goodwill Zwelithini Buthelezi, who was the longest-reigning monarch ever. Sadly, he passed away.
The Zulu royal family hasn't been at peace since he went away since some of his children challenged and fought his will.
He may now be turning in his grave as he witnesses his family being torn apart and two of his sons competing for the title of Zulu King.
Despite not being the first born, Prince Misuzulu was initially recognized as the Zulu nation's next monarch. The firstborn is frequently the one to ascend to the throne.
The firstborn, a prince, is now.
Simakade challenges King Misuzulu, who is supported by Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, claiming that he is the legitimate king because he is the firstborn. Prince Simakade is the supporter of the family.
This is further dividing the Zulu people, which is not acceptable at all.
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