Agreeable Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma says her specialty is associated with settling a portion of the questions identifying with authorities and queenships in KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo and the Eastern Cape on who is the legitimate King or Queen.
This comes in front of the Zulu Royal family meeting on Wednesday to determine a harsh majesty question.
Dlamini Zuma has been roped in by President Cyril Ramaphosa to determine the question in the Zulu Royal Family in the wake of King Misuzulu KaZwelithini was delegated to the Zulu privileged position.
One more group in the imperial family is supporting Prince Simakade Zulu to dominate. The family has been involved in the fight since King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu's passing in March.
The clergyman said the Zulu imperial family was by all account not the only majesty got up to speed in such debates. She said in Limpopo and the Eastern Cape there were comparable contestations over who the legitimate successor to the high position ought to be.
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"As far as questions at the degree of majesty or queenship, the AmaZulu Kingship debate is being taken care of at public government level, and it was officially drawn out into the open in August 2021, and we are working with a Mediation Panel to help the Royal family to determine the debate agreeably," said Dlamini Zuma.
The clergyman, who was answering to a composed inquiry in Parliament from EFF MP Hlengiwe Mkhaliphi, said illustrious families in Limpopo and the Eastern Cape were associated with comparable debates.
"Different questions at authority or queenship level are those that were or alternately are in the courts and they can't in this manner be managed by the Minister," said Dlamini Zuma.
She said in Limpopo, the VaVhenda sovereignty debate was in court.
"One segment of the Royal Family is testing the acknowledgment of the current King Toni Ramabulana as the King of VaVhenda in court. The matter is accordingly being taken care of by the courts," said Dlamini Zuma.
The Bapedi country is additionally associated with a question after the death of the late ruler.
"Following the death of the late King of Bapedi, there is currently conflict on who ought to be the replacement, the acting ruler/sovereign or the official. One part of the Royal Family has indicted the matter for the court to lead on the matter," she said.
In the Eastern Cape, the AmaXhosa are likewise entangled in a fight over who ought to be the ruler.
"One segment of the Royal Family has prosecuted government, to challenge the acknowledgment of the King," she said.
Dlamini Zuma added that the AmamPondo sovereignty is additionally secured a legitimate question.
"One segment of the Royal Family has prosecuted government after the acknowledgment of His Majesty King Zanozuko as the King of AmaMpondo," she added.
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