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King Misuzulu relieved as President Cyril Ramaphosa granted leave to appeal in Zulu recognition matter

By Sihle Mlambo King Misuzulu KaZwelithini has welcomed the ruling by Judge Norman Davis, which granted President Cyril Ramaphosa leave to appeal in the Supreme Court of Appeal after he ordered that the recognition of the Zulu monarch be declared unlawful and invalid.

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KZN government vows to assist with security measures at traditional leaders’ homes

By Nhlanhla Mabaso The KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) government said it would soon fix security measures at the homes of traditional chiefs and headmen in the province.

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Traditional leaders appeal for help as killings continue in KZN

By Lethiwe Makhanya Unresolved disputes and power struggles continue to decimate traditional leadership structures in KwaZulu-Natal, says an expert in the sector after another traditional leader was murdered in the province late last week.

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Appeal for government intervention to curb killing of Amakhosi in KZN

By Simphiwe Makhanya Government must come up with urgent solutions to curb the killing of Amakhosi and Izinduna in KwaZulu-Natal. That’s the call made by traditional leaders in the King Cetshwayo District. At least 55 traditional leaders have been killed in the province since 2019.

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R462m ‘megafarm’ land reform project in disarray after North West department fails to release funding

By Magnificent Mndebele Bank statements and financial reports obtained by amaBhungane suggest that the four former committee members tapped into the CPA’s resources in problematic ways that went beyond their purview, a view bolstered by allegations of their poor performance.

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