AmaZulu Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi has left Mzansi speechless as he told the nation live on TV that how is not an as*. Buthelezi was criticizing the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal while briefing the media on the latest developments in the kingdom.
Addressing rumors about Misizulu's speculated lobola, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi says it is not compulsory for the King to be married before ascending the throne. He said that requirement was made by the apartheid government and if the current ANC government follow it, it would be mimicking a bad practice.
"It was the apartheid regime that mislead amaKhosi into thinking that they must marry before taking the throne," Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi said.
Mangosuthu further said that as far as the royal house is concerned, King Misuzulu is already on the throne as there are no disputes. "Prince Simakade will not contest the Zulu Throne. In a statement read by Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Prince Simakade has pledged his loyalty and full support to His Majesty the King Misuzulu ka Zwelithini."
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