Urgent request to halt Zulu kings coronation
The Pietermaritzburg High Court dismissed the urgent request to stop King MisuZulu kaZwelithini’ s coronation ceremony held at KwaKhangelamankengane Palace in KwaNongoma on Saturday, 20 August 2022.
This follows the late, King Zwelithini’s daughters, Princess Ntombizosuthu Duma and Princess Ntandoyenkosi Zulu’s efforts to file emergency papers halting the coronation of King MisuZulu kaZwelithini. These documents were stating that the ceremony could not continue as there were pending cases regarding the throne.
#InkosiEsibayeni Late King Zwelithini’s two daughters, Princesses Ntandoyenkosi & Ntombizosuthu from KwaKhethomthandayo have filed an urgent application at the PMB High Court to halt ukucocwa kweSilo today. #eNCA pic.twitter.com/4f1YUf6XXM
— Siphamandla Goge (@SiphamandlaGoge) August 20, 2022
In his speech, King MisuZulu kaZwelithini said that all the disagreement in the Royal Palace are caused by the outsiders.
“We will not allow outsiders to divide us, when we know the truth,” said King MisuZulu.
The coronation ceremony was attended by a large number of people continued without any interruption and the security was tight.
The King passed heart felt gratitude to all those who supported him since he was announced as the heir to the throne, after the passing of his father, King Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu.
“I thank the Prime Minister of the Zulu Nation, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi for standing up for the truth. I am truly grateful that we are united and the way forward is bright,” the King continued.
The King has promised to work for the Zulu Nation even in difficult times.
The ceremony ends by the exchanged of gifts from the kings of various African nations, including Congo, Malawi, Nigeria, Zambia and other countries.