New Ndebele king, Mzilikazi II, dismissed by clansmen

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New self-imposed Ndebele King, Stanley Raphael Khumalo, who goes by Mzilikazi II, has been dismissed by his kinsmen, the Khumalo Clan, who allege that they are yet to agree on a new king. This come after Khumalo, has threatened to pull down the national flag in favour of his Mthwakazi flag on the 12th of September.

One of the Khumalo clan members, Peter Zwide KaLanga Khumalo said:

We urge the public that the aspirations of having a king are very high, they should be patient. It is not very far. The programme for reviving the monarchy system has never been political. Boundaries are for political activists, not cultural activists. These boundaries are of allegiance, not geographic boundaries.

He (Stanley) has a picture standing between me and another Khumalo at Mhlahlandlela, which we took at his request. It has nothing to do with legitimasing his project or him being a Khumalo.

More: NewsDay

 

About Stanley Raphael Khumalo

Stanley Raphael Khumalo is a Zimbabwean who is one of the claimants to the Ndebele Kingdom. Stanley believes that he is the rightful heir to the Ndebele throne, and that he is the rightful King Mzilikazi II. Although he was born Stanley Raphael Tshuma, Stanley believes that his real surname is Khumalo as his great grandfather Khuhlumba Khumalo adopted the Tshuma surname after fleeing from King Lobengula who wanted to have him killed. Said Khumalo, I had a vision twice in my sleep where God revealed himself to be using me. God told me he loved his people and had made me their king. God has loved his people and has made me their king and that their freedom, welfare, prosperity and that of mine is tied to the restoration of the Matebele Kingdom. I am God’s choice by His grace and not merit or any qualification Read More



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