" King Misuzulu must be sworn in or No Elections in KZN"| Possible unrest in two weeks time in KwaZulu Natal
A poster has been released on social media with a message of a possible unrest in KwaZulu Natal on the first of November 2021. It's a big day that has been declared as a holiday already by the President of South Africa mr Cyril Ramaphosa.
Some provinces are still recovering from a very bad experience of violence, looting and damaging of property, later on there were numerous killings between races and communities. Many were arrested and many died like flies.
There has been so many debates around the unrest that occurred in KwaZulu Natal and some parts of Gauteng. Recently all eyes has been watching and waiting to see the new KwaZulu Natal king being sworn in since the nation lost King Zwelithini kaZulu. Delays has been followed by delays as the government officials are not showing any interest of sworning the already selected King in the name of Prince Misuzulu.
It has been reported many times that the government has been pushing for another name as they prefer for someone within the African National Congress. The name of Prince Mbonisi and Pribcess Thembi are always upfront as the main reason behind this delay. They are known as African National Congress members and Princess Thembi has been addressing the nation and her family referring to them as "amaqabane ka Oliver Tambo".
Social media has been asking questions whether the elections in KwaZulu Natal should continue or be on hold until a solution is found regarding the royal house issues. A poster has been circulating on facebook with a message that says "No Elections in KwaZulu Natal until the king is sworn"
This poster also reveal King Misuzulu's face and a date of the 1st of November as a total shutdown.
The picture also contains a message " Hlangana Zulu" which simply invites all the Zulu nation to react on the given date.
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