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Dalindyebo paroled but will not rule yet

In the midst of the delight at the discharge on parole of AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Zwelibanzi Dalindyebo came news that he won't promptly continue the seat, yet will request that somebody follow up for his sake. 

This was affirmed by his representative, Prince Mthunzi Ngonyama, who affirmed his discharge on Monday morning. 

A portion of the casualties of his savagery, however requiring his discharge, have communicated disappointment at his inability to remunerate them R400,000 each. 

Ngonyama said there were conditions connected to the parole which incorporated the ruler report to the closest remedial administrations office or be haphazardly visited by restorative administrations parole authorities. 

''There are conditions which permit the ruler to look for work. In any case, Zwelibanzi is a ruler so he would not be looking for work as he as of now stays a lord. Despite the fact that his testament for sovereignty is as yet unblemished and was not pulled back, he won't quickly continue his seat yet will search for somebody to follow up for his sake,'' said Ngonyama. 

His oldest child, Prince Azenathi Zanelizwe Dalindyebo, has been representing his dad. 

In spite of the fact that Dalindyebo picked Azenathi to represent him in October 2015, days before his imprisonment he changed his tune and dumped Azenathi for his better half, Queen Nokwanda. 

Dalindyebo's sibling, Prince Mankunku Dalindyebo, was a solid contender for the acting position, however Azenathi at long last won and later accommodated with his uncle. 

It isn't yet evident whether the ruler will suggest that Azenathi keep acting or will choose Azenathi's stepmother, Queen Noluntu Dalindyebo, with whom he is remaining in Nkululekweni. 

Azenathi's mom is Queen Nocollege Dalindyebo, who is otherwise called Buyiswa Majiki, a high court judge. 

"The clergyman said that the ruler meets all requirements for parole as of October 2019. This isn't to be mistaken at all for abatement of sentence which was allowed. His sentence will be decreased by one year, however it implies that he is on parole dependent upon specific conditions, which were set by the remedial administrations parole board. 

"Sadly I am not in position to clarify what those conditions are as they vary starting with one individual then onto the next." 

Phiri said the lord's solicitation for a presidential exculpation was still with the administration. 

Ngonyama said the lord was discharged at 12 PM on Sunday and showed up in Mthatha about 2.30am on Monday. 

"We are grateful the ruler is out of prison regardless of whether it implies a parole and not the presidential excuse we are as yet squeezing for. We accept this open door to thank all the individuals who upheld us in our exercises to require the arrival of the ruler. It was a long and arduous four years. We presently trust that our ruler will see time as with his family, discover harmony and reconnect," said Ngonyama. 

He said they were glad the ruler would go through Christmas with his family just because since 2015, a couple of days before he gave himself over to jail experts in Mthatha on December 31. 

Ngonyama said there would be a few customs for the ruler to experience, including purifying himself since he had shown up from jail. 

Dalindyebo was discharged from the remedial focus in West Bank, East London, and was taken by prison guards to his Nkululekweni home in Mthatha.

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