After the couple officially registered their marriage with the department of home affairs last week Thursday. The King, yesterday sent a royal delegation to pay lobola for his newly bride, Ntokozo Mayisela.
The high powered delegation from a royal place of KwaKhangelamankengane in Nongoma made it's way to Newcastle, Northern KwaZulu-Natal and later drove back to the palace to report back to the King about how the lolola delegation went.
The 47-years-old King and his 36-years-old Queen have two children aged 3-years-old and 9-years-old together, while the King has two two other children with other women. However, it remains uncertain at this point whether the King will be marrying them as well or not.
Independent Media gathered that the new Queen family demanded that King's family pay them eight cows and R50,000 cash as the bridal prize. And the King's family happily obliged to pay what the Mayisela requested from them.
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