Each and every family leader wished to leave things in order for his or her family more especially on succession plan. King Goodwill Zwelithini Buthelezi was the longest serving king of Zulu nation and there was peace during his era, unfortunately he passed on.
Since then when he passed on, the Zulu royal family has not been at peace, from his will it was contested and challenged by some of his offsprings.
Now he might be turning in his grave to see two of his sons fighting for the position of Zulu Kingship and also his family divided now.
At first, Prince Misuzulu was endorsed as the next king of the Zulu nation even though he is not the first born. Many times, the first born is the one who taked over the kingship.
Now the first born, who's prince Simakade believes that he's the rightful king since he's the first born and he's challenging King Misuzulu who's supported by Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi while Prince Simakade carries the family support.
This is going beyond to divide the Zulu nation which won't be good at all.
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