Zulu King stunned by Reed Dance turnout as around 10 000 maidens attend

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Zulu King stunned by Reed Dance turnout as around 10 000 maidens attend

Zulu King stunned by Reed Dance turnout as around 10 000 maidens attend.

Despite warnings that he would be hurt, King Misuzulu gave his address at the Enyokeni Royal Palace in Nongoma.

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The Reed Dance shouldn’t go through, according to his older brother Prince Simakade, who opposes King Misuzulu’s ascent to the throne.

The ceremony is going ahead at the palace regardless of threats made by Prince Simakade, that there will be bloodshed if it proceeds, this as he claims the palace as his official residence” He tweeted

Nevertheless, the celebration went on as planned, drawing about 10,000 maidens, 200 of them were from the Swazi kingdom.

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Due to Covid-19, the number of attendees was limited the previous year.

The monarch stated that he was astounded by the sheer number of maidens in attendance during his keynote speech on Saturday afternoon, noting that this is the largest such event he has ever witnessed.

The king expressed his sympathies for the late British Queen Elizabeth II, notwithstanding the Zulu people’s troubled relationship with the British.

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Additionally, he offered his congratulations to Charles III on becoming king.

However, the king’s concern over gender-based violence was most significant (GBV).

He urged males to become more active and put an end to violence once more.

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