Prince Mbongiseni Zulu Biography

Prince Mbongiseni Milton Muntukaphiwana Zulu and his bodyguard were both killed in a shooting on Thursday evening in KwaNongoma, which is located in the northern part of KwaZulu-Natal.


Cause Of Death

Prince Mbongiseni was one of the members of the royal family who was instrumental in Misuzulu’s rise to the throne. His position was one of the most important.

The former member of parliament for the IFP passed away while working as the head whip for their party in the Zululand district municipality.

Mbongiseni was praised by Mayor Thulasizwe Buthelezi as a dedicated public servant who puts in long hours and is committed to serving the people of Zululand.

According to the speaker, Mbongiseni contributed unique abilities to the council during his time as a member of parliament, and he was committed to ensuring that the problem of water shortage in the area was resolved.

King Confidant killed

According to reports, this is the second time that someone who was close to King Misuzulu kaZwelithini has been murdered. A senior member of the Usuthu Traditional Council who was also a close confidante of King Misuzulu KaZwelithini was purportedly murdered in September. This person’s death was attributed to an assassination attempt. The assassination of Dr. Dumisani Blasius Khumalo took place not long after he had attended the Nongoma Reed Dance. He was considered a “pillar” in several of KwaZulu-villages Natal’s and was credited with their development. At that moment, Nomusa Phungula, who serves as the spokesperson for the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, paid tribute to Khumalo.

“Dr. Khumalo will be remembered for his involvement in administering the affairs of the Zulu royal family, as well as for his work as a historian, a culturalist, and as a very active member of the Indonesia Yesizwe think tank,”

According to King Misuzulu kaZwelithini, he was left with a broken heart after seeing this act of cruelty.

“Right now, what hurts the most is the assassination of my headman, Dr. Khumalo. Let me say this to my people, the Zulu: the thought of what has transpired makes my chest hurt.

“We pray to God that those responsible for this are brought to justice. I solemnly swear before the Lord that they shall be located. He stated that they were being closely pursued by their team and that they will find them in the end.


Who Are The Zulu People?

Around the year 1574, Zulu kaMalandela established the Zulu as a powerful clan in the Northern KwaZulu-Natal region. In the Nguni languages, Zulu can signify either heaven or the weather. At the time, the region was inhabited by a significant number of Nguni groups and clans. Since the beginning of time, populations of Nguni people had been moving southward down the east coast of Africa as part of the Bantu migrations. Because of Shaka’s authority, the various Zulu clans were eventually able to coalesce into a single Zulu identity as the nation expanded.