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Take a guess who was seen holding hands with both King Misuzila and Mangosutho Buthelezi.

A charge sheet awaits him at Bloemfontein high court, where he can visit churches and Misuzulu. After seeing a controversial individual rubbing elbows with royalty on Saturday, some folks had this to say. Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi and ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule attended a memorial service for the late Queen Mantfombi Dlamini in Kwakhangelamankengane, ka Nongoma. They were joined by King Misuzulu Zulu and Prince Magashule. 

Magashule's visit has sparked controversy, with some arguing he shouldn't be around royalty since he's corrupt. "Toxic-money thief Ace Brushing shoulders with an infamous thief like Ace is an error for this King. Magashule, if you're reading this, please pay attention to what I have to say. In the end, "You're nothing and you're going to sink much worse." In any event, keep licking your lips as if you were a snake "Tweeted a furious Twitter user. Exactly what was Magashule's role in the organization? 

In the eyes of many, Ace Magashule is undervalued. Strategically, he is clever. I'm a big fan of Ace's low-key approach, and I think he'll eventually emerge as the most formidable force in the game after he's consolidated all of the crucial regions. In the same way that he intends to utilize the most recent report from the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture to bolster his appeal to have the charges against him dropped. The strategy is sound! 

It has been reported that Magashule's attorneys have asked for permission to include relevant portions of the fourth volume of the commission's report in his application for leave to appeal Judge Soma Naidoo's decision to proceed with the fraud, corruption, and money-laundering allegations against him. Earlier this week, his legal team forwarded a communication to the NPA through the state attorney's office in Bloemfontein. 

The Amazulu king has also issued statements reassuring his supporters and warning anyone who doubt him that the throne will be stripped from him. When asked if he was keen to hasten his ceremonial coronation, the King replied, "No one will remove me from my throne and I am not in a hurry to go anyplace."


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