‘All six of Dalindyebo’s children should undergo paternity tests’

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AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo in happier times with his heir, and now acting king, Azenathi Dalindyebo. The former has since disowned his son. Picture: Siphelele Nketo
AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo in happier times with his heir, and now acting king, Azenathi Dalindyebo. The former has since disowned his son. Picture: Siphelele Nketo

Battle for abaThembu throne hots up as Buyelekhaya demands his son take a DNA test

In a new twist to the ongoing saga involving the abaThembu nation in the Eastern Cape, a faction of the royal family wants all six of King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo’s children to undergo paternity tests.

Earlier this week, Buyelekhaya caused a stir when he disowned his son, acting king Azenathi Dalindyebo, and suggested that a DNA test be conducted to prove that Azenathi was really his child.

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