Inkosi Gomani mourns Zulu king Goodwill Zwelitini

Paramount chief Gomani V says he mourns the death of the Zulu king Goodwill Zwelitini who died yesterday in South Africa of diabetics complications.

Gomani V has since sent a condolence messages to the Zulu nation of South Africa on the passing of Zwelitini.

In a statement released yesterday and signed by Gomani V, the Maseko nguni/Ngoni king says he will always cherish the courtesies extended to him by late King Zwelitini whenever he visited South Africa.

“The Maseko Ngonis/Ngunis are in mourning on the passing on of the Ngonyama of Zulu great nation whose oneness with Maseko Nguni/Ngoni goes all the way to the genesis of the illustrious history of nguni/ngoni people,” reads the statement in part.

King Zwelitini passed on yesterday in a South African hospital where he was being treated for diabetes.

He is said to have contracted Covid-19 while in hospital.

The King died aged 72.

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Team pedegu fails
4 months ago

These chiefs are very corrupt. I don’t envy them. I don’t respect them.

William Chirwa
4 months ago

Diplomatically nothing wrong condoling the demise of this xenophobic king of the Zulus. Generally even most of Gomani’s subjects won’t shed a tear because of the Nazi type of stand he had for foreigner’s now he has met those he sent earlier ad cruelly to their grave. To you it’s not gamba kahle but go to hel

Opportunist
Opportunist
4 months ago

Xenophobic king is gone

Chalo
4 months ago

Mmbelwa Ngoni chief of Mzimba has not yet sent condolences to the Zulu Ngoni nation probably because of xenophobic comments the Zulu King had made against Malawians some years back.

Eboue
Eboue
4 months ago

Remember when he said foreigners should pack their bags and leave South Africa and his statement contributed to more attacks on our brothers. He was xenophobic.

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