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AmaZulu Royal House Trying To Solve Kingdom Chair Dispute Matters

AmaZulu royal house to discuss about kingdom chair disputes on a meeting of all the palaces. The purpose of this meeting is to try and solve all the misunderstandings that has been going on ever since the death of King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu. Who died in March.

Things are currently not looking good at the royal house as some members are still against the decision of Misuzulu taking over as king. The meeting will be held at OLundi Legislature on Wednesday, these news were announced by Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi.

Buthelezi stated that all members from different palaces would be given a chance to come up with a solution to the matter.

This is the perfect time for royal house members to participate in creating unity. We all have to fight for unity. This meetings comes after some members have been raising Simakade Zulu's name saying he is the one who deserves to sit on the throne. Other members have raised Nhlanganiso Zulu's name and some have raised Nhlendlayenkosi Zulu. This matter was passed on to president Cyril Ramaphosa after KwaZulu Natal government failed to solve it. Ramaphosa has asked Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma to intervene.

The meeting had been postponed since from July because of COVID-19. On a statement, Buthelezi revealed that invitation letters have been issued. Invitation letters are signed by maZungu, Buthelezi and Mntwana Philemon from kwaFihlinqindi.

'The country is currently sitting on level 2 and this gives us an advantage to be able to gather for this meeting. Because of COVID-19 rules, we have tried to make sure in terms of invitations that we invite a few people to represent each house. ' stated Buthelezi

Buthelezi mentioned that all those who did not receive invites must not feel left out as their opinions will also be considered.

'No person without an invitation letter would be allowed to be part of this meeting as we are trying to avoid exceeding the allowed maximum number of people.' Stated Buthelezi


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