Bulelani Lobengula was initially set to be installed in March this year but the ceremony was stopped after another claimant to the throne Peter Zwide-Kalanga Khumalo secured a High Court interdict blocking the event.
Minister - Govt Won't Recognise 'New' Ndebele King
New Zimbabwe, 7 October 2018
THE government does not recognise the recent coronation of South Africa-based Bulelani Lobengula as the new Ndebele king, a cabinet minister has said. Read more »
South Africa-based Bulelani Lobengula - the new Ndebele King (left).
New Ndebele King Installed As Family Defies High Court
New Zimbabwe, 2 October 2018
THE Khumalo family has defied a High Court order and installed South Africa-based Bulelani Lobengula as the new Ndebele King. Read more »
Govt Blocks Ndebele King
New Zimbabwe, 1 March 2018
THE government has stopped the revival of the Ndebele kingship by blocking the coronation of a new monarch, saying the move was unconstitutional. Read more »
Will The Real Ndebele King Please Stand Up?
Self-imposed Ndebele King Peter Zwide Khumalo has approached the Bulawayo High Court seeking an interdict to stop the crowning of Bulelani Lobengula Khumalo as the new monarch. Read more »
Fierce Clashes Over Ndebele King
Zimbabwe Standard, 4 March 2018
Anti-riot police yesterday cordoned off Barbourfields Stadium (BF) in Bulawayo where the planned coronation of Bulelani Lobengula Khumalo as the king of the Ndebele people was… Read more »
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