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Badnews For Amazulu King As He Might Be Banned From Performing His Royal Duties, See Why

The Kingdom of Zulu is currently in turmoil as the Amazulu royal family battle for the throne. Words have been said, accusations made and now a member of the AmaZulu royal family is filing a case as he requests a ban to prevent King MisuZulu from speaking at any royal event. This I believe is the sad news any King will ever receive, especially when the blow is coming from a family member.

A member of the AmaZulu royal family is believed to have sought a ban to prevent King MisuZulu KaZwelithini from commenting on the celebrations of the Battle of iSandlwana. The iconic event in the AmaZulu calendar is expected to take place at Nquthu in northern KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday.

The member appealed to the Supreme Court in Pietermaritzburg through his attorney. They argue that King MisuZulu should not be involved in royal events because there is still court proceedings against his position as king.

Peter Zhuane, a lawyer representing the member of the Amazulu royal family, said they were in the process of issuing a ban.

"We are in the process of issuing an emergency ban aimed at preventing Prince MisuZulu from speaking at the celebration of the Battle of iSandlwana tomorrow (Saturday) in Nkutu," Zwane said.

Zwane said that King MisuZulu is not the king of the Zulu nation and should not be allowed to perform any traditional rites.


“This is one of the most important events in the KwaZulu royal family, or in the calendar of the Zulu nation, that the King of the Zulu Nations will discuss. And because everyone knows that Prince MisuZulu is not the king of the Zulu nation or his access to the throne is legally challenged," said Zwane.

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Amazulu MisuZulu Peter Zhuane Pietermaritzburg Supreme Court


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