Royal battle throws KZN Legislature into disarray

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Prince Misuzulu’s ascendancy to the Zulu throne has been challenged. Some members of the royal house have taken the succession matter to court, where Queen Sibongile Zulu is challenging late King Goodwill Zwelithini’s five other customary marriages, and wants them declared null and void. Photo Gallo Images
Prince Misuzulu’s ascendancy to the Zulu throne has been challenged. Some members of the royal house have taken the succession matter to court, where Queen Sibongile Zulu is challenging late King Goodwill Zwelithini’s five other customary marriages, and wants them declared null and void. Photo Gallo Images

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The source of their confusion is the ongoing wrangle over the succession to the Zulu throne. 

In previous years, the Zulu king, who holds the title of head of KwaZulu-Natal government, presided over the opening and delivered the official opening speech.

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