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Bakwena Chieftain

THE Bakwena ba Mogopa are mourning the death of Paramount Chief Sponkane Ivan David Mosiah. He was crowned chief in June 2008.

Article from 2009: Bakwena mourn their chief - Sowetan LIVE


Royal Family fears foul play

The royal family of the Bakwena ba Mogopa in Bethanie in North West has complained to the provincial government about two men who claim to represent the government are allegedly trying to steal the *community's mining wealth.

Solly Ranamane and Langa Thibini are accused of trying to muscle out the legitimate legal advisers of the Bakwena ba Mogopa, Bell Dewar, in a bid to seize control of the community's riches. In dispute is a R467-million deal between the Bakwena and Swiss mining company Xstrata.

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The totem of the Bakwena is the crocodile, like the Bafokeng.
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Ndebele Kingdom

Ndebele king Makhosonke II addressed 500 of his subjects who gathered for a general address at Zandpruit Nature Reserve, near Engwenyameni village in KwaMhlanga, at the weekend.

The purpose of the gathering was to tell the people about the latest developments with the Ndebele nation and to forge close ties with other kingdoms.

Other issues that were highlighted were job creation, education, illegal land claims and the lack of Ndebele authors.

Ndebele speakers wanted, says king | The New Age Online

A brief History of the Ndebele: Women Warriors: About the Ndebele

The Ndebele royal palace in Engwenyameni village near KwaMhlanga was turned into a fruit and vegetable stall on Sunday when more than 2000 young and old people in colourful Ndebele attire converged in front of Ndebele King Makhosonke II to celebrate the annual ceremonial of ukuluma.

During the procession of ukuluma (to taste), amatlawana (girls) and abendazana (young women) hold a night vigil at the palace until dawn when they start to harvest fruits and vegetables for the king to taste before his subjects start eating.

Taste of Ndebele tradition | The New Age Online

The Ndebele monarch, Makhosonke II, has expressed concern that the Ndebele language is dying.

He was addressing thousands of locals dressed in colourful traditional Ndebele attire, at the launch of Ndebele Heritage Friday at the Kghodwana Cultural Village in Loopspruit where their rich historical background and cultural tools like huts, attire and beadworks are being archived.

The king’s address came on the eve of his departure to Botswana for a week to strengthen relations between the Batswana and amaNdebele nations. The meeting is also aimed at the two countries’ showcasing of their cultures.

King launches Heritage Friday | The New Age Online


King Makhosoke II of the Ndebeles expressed his happiness on Friday after the University of Venda agreed it would teach isiNdebele and would also promote the language through research and keep materials about the language in its library.
Speaking at the historic signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the university and the Manala Kingdom of the Ndebeles, the king said it had been of concern to him that isiNdebele was one of the 11 official languages but remained marginalised. He said the signing of the MoU had put an end to this fear.


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Zulu Kingdom

Before she married King Zwelethini at age 17. She is from Swaziland, and was sought out by the King's chief Wife Princess Mantfombi if Swaziland. The King and Zola had one child before they married.

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King Goodwill Zwelethini, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi and the Zulu Queens: Gallo Images - his majesty king goodwill prince mangosuthu

Zwelithini is the only Zulu monarch to rule for more than four decades and has lived longer than any of his predecessors


DURING his 40-year reign Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini has seen it all - the fighting that decimated hundreds of young men in his kingdom as the IFP and the ANC fought for political supremacy - and an ever-growing budget to cover his sizeable family.


Long live the king! - Sowetan LIVE


King Goodwill Zwelithini's wives, from left, MaDlamini of KwaKhangela Palace, MaMchiza of Nyokeni Palace, MaNdlovu of Linduzulu Palace and fiancée Zola KaMafu. right royal wedding - Sowetan LIVE



Gays are rotten, says Zulu king - Times LIVE
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FORMER ANC MP Samuel Nxumalo has made history by becoming the first Shangaan chief to pass on the chieftainship to his son while he is still alive.




Nxumalo, 82, received praises from various speakers at a function attended by thousands of people at Magona village in Malamulele, Limpopo, on Friday.
Mpisane Nxumalo, who is a direct descendant of warrior king Nghunghunyani, praised the former MP for his vision and exemplary leadership.
Nxumalo, who made a claim to the Nhlapo Commission to be declared king of the Shangaan people, belongs to the senior house and was the one who installed the new chief, Busa Charles Nxumalo, 33, as chief of the Gijana clan.
He said though the commission had dismissed his claim he was going ahead and that after succeeding in court to become king, he would appoint the octogenarian as traditional prime minister.
"We are proud of (Samuel) Nxumalo because he has done the Ngunis proud," Mpisane Nxumalo said.
Vhembe district municipality mayor Falaza Mdaka, who represented Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale, said the ageing chief's tradition-busting action in giving power to his son was a lesson other traditional leaders should learn from.
Shangaan chief makes history - Sowetan LIVE


Inauguration for Shangaan chief


Tzaneen - Scores of political leaders, amakhosi and gender activists are expected to attend the inauguration of the Shangaan people's first female chief on Friday.
ANC MP Phylia Nwamitwa-Shilubana, 67, will officially take the throne as chief of the Valoyi people in Nwamitwa village outside Tzaneen in Limpopo.Full story, Inauguration for Shangaan chief | News24
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Thembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo has thanked the ANC for helping preserve his nation under “trying times” during apartheid.
Speaking on Saturday in East London during the ANC’s provincial centenary celebrations, a jubilant but emotional Dalindyebo said had it not been for his strong ANC ties “I would have been dead by now”. Full story: Thembu king thanks ANC for saving his life, throne | The New Age Online




PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma used the ANC’s Eastern Cape centenary celebration to focus on traditional leadership and offer an olive branch to abaThembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo.
And the abaThembu king, an advocate of nationalisation, remonstrated against the “tendency of these young boys to insult the president”. Full story: Zuma cosies up to Thembu king



Thembu Queen laid to rest

The funeral of the late Thembu Queen, Nolwazi Dalindyebo, who died a fortnight ago, was held at the Bumbane Great Place near Mthatha today. She was the fifth wife of King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo.They have one child together, a daughter, Ntando.
The late 31-year old Queen from the Tshawe clan in Kimberley was accorded an Official Royal Funeral. Hundreds of mourners from all over the country filled the marquee. 'Conspicuous by his absence was her husband King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo. The Royal explanation was that he was resting in bed as he was "too bereaved" to attend.
A year ago he excused himself from a multi-million rand Heritage function to honour his late father, King Sabatha Dalindyebo. The queen played an integral role in community building.
Contralesa President Phathekile Holomisa appealed for Government financial support. He said Queens would be able to develop their communities because Traditional leaders are here to stay.
After a three-hour service, the late Nolwazi was buried among the other Queens. Kings have their own graveyard on the premises. SABC News.com - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.
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The Wives and Children of King Goodwill Zwelethini

Wives:

  • maDlamini (born Sibongile Winifred Dlamini), married 27 December 1969 at St Margaret’s Church, Nongoma.


  • Buthle MaMathe, born c1951. In May 1996, she and her daughter were seriously wounded in an assault during which they were clubbed, stabbed and shot.


  • Mantfombi Dlamini, born 1956, daughter of Sobhuza II of Swaziland and sister of Mswati III, married 1973. A condition for this marriage was that she become first wife, which determines the king’s successor.


  • Thandi (born Thandikela Jane Ndlovu).




  • Nompumelelo Mchiza, married 25 July 1992.


  • Zola Zelusiwe Mafu, married 2004

The King has 27 children, these are some of them:

  • HRH Prince Lethukuthula Zulu (by Queen MaDlamini), born 1970.


  • HRH Princess Sibusile Zulu (by Queen Buhle MaMathe), born 1972.


  • HRH Prince Dennis Njeru Mucheke aka Charles,born 1984, is currently pursuing aviation studies in Florida.


  • HRH Prince Misuzulu Zulu (by Queen Mantfombi), born 23rd September 1974 in Kwahlabisa, KwaZulu-Natal, is currently pursuing a degree in International Studies in Jacksonville, Florida, and is a strong candidate for Zwelethini’s successor. He is unmarried and has one son.


  • HRH Princess Ntandoyesizwe Zulu (by Queen Mantfombi), born 1976, married 13th April 2002 at Enyokeni Royal Palace, Nongoma, to Kgosi Oupa Moilwa, Chief of the Bahurutse Bagamoilwa. Civil ceremony July 11, 2004 in Pongola.


  • HRH Princess Nandi Zulu (by Queen Buhle MaMathe), born 1977, married (civil) 6 December 2002 in St John’s Anglican Cathedral in Mthatha and (traditional) 7 December at the Thembu Great Place near Qunu, to Chief Mfundo Bovulengwa Mtirara, born 25 March 1973, Acting Deputy Paramount Chief of the Thembu from 2000, Chief of the Matye’ngqina Traditional Authority Area.


  • HRH Princess Lomkhosi (by Queen Mantfombi), born 1982, fiancee Melusi Moyo [9]


  • HRH Princess Bukhosibemvelo, (by Queen Mantfombi), born 1985, married Sipho Nyawo, who paid 120 cows as part of ilobolo for the Zulu princess. [10]


  • HRH Prince Shlobosenkosi Zulu (by Queen Buhle MaMathe) born 1988 is currently an 11th Grade student at Kearsney College in Botha’s Hill, Durban.



Swazi royalty praised for Zwelithini's virgins
By Thulani Ndwandwe

ZULU King Zwelithini has praised His Majesty King Mswati III and the entire Swazi Royal family for the role the played in grooming his children and instilling proper values in them.


The Zulu King was addressing hundreds of guests during Umemulo ceremony for his two daughters Princesses Lomkhosi (25) and Bukhosibemvelo (22) held at the KwaKhangela Royal Resident at Kwa-Nongoma over the weekend. He said he was pleased to see his daughters graduating into adulthood whilst they were still virgins and free from problems such as alcohol and drug abuse. The Zulu King attributed the success of his daughters to the values instilled in them by their mother, Princess Mantfombi who is a daughter to King Sobhuza II. “Undlunkulu Princess Mantfombi has been a good role model to my children. This showed that she was also from a family that brought up its children through the culture of respect and a great love for children’’, the King said. Umemulo is the coming of age for a child in a family. According to the Zulu culture when a member of their family attained puberty stage it is a must for the family to declare such by performing certain rituals to qualify her/him to adulthood. It was the same for Lomkhosi and Bukhosibemvelo after their parents realised the two ladies had already attained puberty stage and were ready for marriage. The King declared them ‘Omamgonqo’ (puberty subjects) and were placed into seclusion which lasted for a month during which they received counselling from selected members of the royal family. The girls spent the seclusion period under a make-shift structure called ‘Umgonqo’. The structure is erected by girls’ peers who also join in the month long seclusion camp. When the seclusion period elapses the community is invited to the event where the child celebrates his or her transitional period to motherhood or fatherhood. King Zwelithini and Undlunkulu Princess Mantfombi followed the same culture for their children on Saturday. They showered the two girls with gifts before opening the stage for guests to also give gifts too. His Majesty King Mswati III through Prince Qethuka Dlamini gave each girl some money. This gift was also followed by many from different well-wishers. Whistling sounds and cheers from the audience dominated the arena when Princess Lomkhosi received a Mercedes Benz Compressor from her fiancee Melusi Moyo while Princess Bukhosibemvelo’s fiancee Sipho Nyawo presented her with keys for a house worth E2.5m. The house is situated in Johannesburg. The King wished the girls well as they took a new direction in their lives.
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It's no longer good to be the king in South Africa | FP Passport

President Jacob Zuma announced today that the South African government will stop recognizing about half of the country's traditional kings and queens:
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Mpondo kingdom (xhosa ethnic group like ama-thembu)


Western Pondoland's monarch, the youngest king in South Africa, is preparing to take his first wife

Full article and pictures: Young king set to wed - Sowetan LIVE
www.kearsney.com/oldboys/index.php/news/news/210
WHEN AmaMpondo King Ndamase Ndamase gave his traditional leadership an ultimatum last month to find brides his brother, Prince Dakhile Sizakele Ndamase, was first to heed the call.
Full article and pictures: AmaMpondo chief is to get married - Sowetan LIVEKing’s bride-to-be released by family
Full article and pictures: King’s bride-to-be released by family

Second Mpondo royal wedding:
AMAPONDO Prince Sizakele Ndamase hosted a royal feast at his wedding in the Eastern Cape yesterday.

Full article and pictures: Pondo prince obeys his king's command - Times LIVE

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Delegation celebrates 120th anniversary

By Babalo Ndenze

Mayor Helen Zille welcomed a delegation of the AmaHlubi on Sunday, which included the nation's ruler, King Langalibalele II, as part of the 120th anniversary celebrations of the release of King Langalibalele I from house arrest in Cape Town.

Born in 1818, Langalibalele I was king of the AmaHlubi nation. After the British colonial government was established in Natal in the 1840s, it became increasingly uneasy about Langalibalele's defiance of the colonial authority and his influence among other tribes in Southern Africa.

READ MORE: Delegation celebrates 120th anniversary - South Africa | IOL News | IOL.co.za


130 years later, a king is freed

By Mbongeni Zondi

The British High Commissioner to South Africa, Ann Grant, released the late King Langalibalele from "imprisonment" 130 years after his arrest as a gesture of reconciliation and goodwill in front of his amaHlubi people near Estcourt on Sunday

Langalibalele defied British colonists in the 1870s, leading to his arrest and imprisonment on Robben Island in 1874, from where he was later moved to house arrest in 1884.
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Princess Mantfombi of Swaziland, Ndlovukazi (Queen) and chief wife of King Goodwill Zwelethini kaBekhezulu of the Zulu nation.

circa 1975: Swazi girls dancing for Princess Mantfombi, and presenting her with a suitcase for her honeymoon with King Zwilithini of the Zulus.

Swazi Girls Dancing For Princess Mantfombi And Presenting

A Swazi princess and Zulu prince pose at home after their wedding, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

Swazi Princess And Zulu Prince Pose At Home After Their

King Zwelethini dancing with Swazi Princesses on his wedding day

Zulu Prince Dances With Swazi Princesses At His Wedding

King Zwelethini and the Prince of Wales

His Royal Highness Prince Charles Prince Of Wales Shares A

Julius Malema apologises to King Goodwill Zwelethini

South African Zulu King His Majesty King Goodwill

Articles about the incident: Malema retracts polygamy statement - Times LIVE

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King Zwelithini lambasts 'unacceptable' DRC protests




Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini lashed out at the conduct of expatriates from the Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday for their protest at Parliament last week.

"We respect our leaders and we discourage people who protest and criticise our government and president," the king said durng tihe official opening of KwaZulu-Natal legislature in Pietermaritzburg.

Members of the Congolese community living in Cape Town demonstrated to get the South African government to stop recognising Joseph Kabila as president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Cape Times reported on Friday.

On Thursday, a group of about 300 Congolese marched to Parliament to hand over a memorandum to the committee on international relations and cooperation.

They were reportedly carrying placards and posters and voiced their support for opposition leader Etienne Tshisekedi.

They claim Tshisekedi won the elections on November 28 last year.

Zwelithini said he understood that South Africa was a democratic country which welcomed foreigners, but he was concerned about the conduct of people who become radicals when they were granted refuge.

"This government was democratically elected by the country's citizens and its reputation should be protected. Last week's conduct is unacceptable," he said.

He said that while the country's Constitution recognised freedom of expression, this should be responsibly exercised. -- Sapa

King Zwelithini lambasts 'unacceptable' DRC protests - News - Mail & Guardian Online
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Open letter to King Zwelithini: iLIVE - Times LIVE
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Zulu culture thrives - king - Sowetan LIVE


ZULU monarch King Goodwill Zwelithini is confident that culture is not dying in South Africa - at least not the Zulu culture.

Addressing the media in Sandton yesterday, King Zwelithini emphasised the need for South Africans to take pride in their identity, embrace the country's cultural diversity and learn from each other.
"We must steal good things from other cultures and allow them to steal from Zulu and other cultures. This millennium is a challenge for everyone. But I do not think our culture is dying. I see no problem. My people still take great pride in it."
But he did hint that some still need teaching in showing "respect to elders and not to talk anyhow," adding that "elders must respect as well".
"The World Cup brought race groups together from all over; the way we behaved was well accepted by the world," King Zwelithini said.
He continued that we should go forward as a country that "protects our women and looks after our orphans because we are one family".
"We need to change the way we do things, so the whole world will want to visit South Africa. When we celebrate things together, we begin to understand and respect each other's beliefs and practices," he said.
The king said he was especially pleased that he was invited by his "subjects looking after my people here" to address a gathering in Gauteng for the first time since 1975, when on Sunday at George Goch Stadium he joined Premier Nomvula Mokonyane, who said: "It is important that the youth learns respect and knows who they are, because if you don't know, you can't know where you're going. Humble yourself before elders."
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THE Congolese community in South Africa has accused Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini of being irresponsible and fanning the fires of xenophobic attacks against foreign nationals.
Blanchard Kimuena, spokesman for the community, which calls itself the Congolese Freedom and Justice Fighters, was fuming yesterday, saying Zwelithini's attack on them shows that he was not in touch with reality on the ground.
"The King's criticism of the Congolese community is unfair and irresponsible. The King's baseless attack on foreigners shows that the monarch is out of touch with realities on the African continent, a tangible proof that he does not regularly travel to African countries to see the impact of misery, poverty and abuse of power by the so-called friends of South Africa," Kimuena said.
The Congolese were responding to Zwelithini's attack on their recent march to Parliament demanding that Zuma denounce the re-election of President Joseph Kabila in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The Zulu King used his address before the opening of the KwaZulu-Natal legislature on Monday to express his disappointment with the Congolese nationals' march against Zuma.
In his address, Zwelithini said: "They must understand that President Zuma was elected by the majority of South Africans and they do not have a right to march against him .
"If such behaviour is allowed to continue, I have no doubt that locals might ask themselves many questions, and I hope it will never happen."
Kimuena insisted that their march was not directed at Zuma's administration and the ANC.
"Our main concern is that South Africa, as the continent leader, is setting a bad example by indirectly supporting dictatorial regimes in exchange for economic interests, which include oil, gold and diamonds contracts.
"Hard evidence suggests that the DRC elections were rigged by Joseph Kabila, and yet South Africa kept quiet and swiftly approved its results, which is tantamount to propping a government that lacks legitimacy."


Congolese hit back at Zulu king - Sowetan LIVE
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Prince Mbonisi Zulu, King Zwelethini's brother and spokesperson:

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(He is the man wearing the animal skin on his head).

Prince Mbonisi Zulu, and Princess Sibusile Zulu, daughter of the King. Gallo Images - mveso eastern cape mandla mandela nelson

Princess Sibusile Zulu Gallo Images - mveso eastern cape mandla mandela nelson

http://theremnant.cc/11-27-03b.jpg - Healings are a common thing at The Synagogue Church of All Nations, "Not by might nor power but by my Spirit saith the Lord."


Princess Sibusile and Chief Mandla Mandela Gallo Images - mveso eastern cape mandla mandela nelson

Queen Buhle Zulu http://theremnant.cc/08-30-03b.jpg - Healings are a common thing at The Synagogue Church of All Nations, "Not by might nor power but by my Spirit saith the Lord."

Queen Buhle and her daughter, Princess Sibusile were attacked in 1994 during political violence.

Durban (AP) - Senior members of the Zulu royal family have fallen victim for the first time to the political violence ravaging Kwazulu-Natal. A mob wielding guns, knives and clubs burst into a royal residence near Durban on Thursday night and injured a wife and daughter of the Zulu King, Goodwill Zwelithini.
Queen Buhle Mamathe Zulu, 45, one of his five wives, underwent surgery yesterday for head injuries. Her daughter, Princess Sibusile Zulu, 24 was recovering in hospital after being shot in the leg and beaten about the head. Full article http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...e-1306961.html
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Zulu Prince distances himself from business partner Prince distances himself from Jabulani

Millions are not mine: Goodwill Zwelithini's son - Times LIVE

Prince Misuzulu Zulu is the son of King Zwelethini, with Queen Mantfombi Dlamini of Swaziland. Picture of Miszulu My Friend Prince Misuzulu Zulu of South Africa (KwazuluNatal)... on Twitpic
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