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Toya Delazy resurrects the fighting spirit in youth in her new album ‘Afrorave Vol. 1’

Independent online (SA) 14 Jun 2021
1” soon ... She adds ... Born Latoya Nontokozo Buthelezi, the granddaughter of Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the Zulu princess says her sound is inspired by her heritage and rich culture. “Knowing your history is an empowering thing. When I travelled overseas I noticed that a lot of POC (people of colour) did not know their history,” said Toya ... She adds ... .
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Week concludes with another faction claiming rights to Zulu throne

Independent online (SA) 12 Jun 2021
“We believe that the heir to the throne must take their rightful place in history from the House of Qambushilo… We believe that as the rightful heirs in support of our brother, Prince Mhlengi Zulu,” says part of the letter to Zikalala and Buthelezi.
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’Historical redress’ another new threat to King Misuzulu as fight for Zulu throne is joined ...

Independent online (SA) 10 Jun 2021
“We believe that the heir to the throne must take their rightful place in history from the House of Qambushilo… We believe that as the rightful heirs in support of our brother, Prince Mhlengi Zulu for the following reasons,” says part of the letter to Zikalala and Buthelezi.
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The Mummy’s Return

Independent online (SA) 05 Jun 2021
Apelgren said should the Peten-Amun mummy return to Egypt, the challenge would be for the museum to maintain the interest in that history without a display ... the history of Egypt,” he said ... However, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal’s history professor emeritus, Donal McCracken said.
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Durban’s 2000-year-old Egyptian mummy Peten-Amun could head back to Egypt soon

Independent online (SA) 05 Jun 2021
Apelgren said should the Peten-Amun mummy return to Egypt, the challenge would be for the museum to maintain the interest in that history without a display ... the history of Egypt,” he said ... However, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal’s history professor emeritus, Donal McCracken said.
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Tulsa’s Black Wall Street: The Most American Tale

The Oklahoma Eagle 27 May 2021
Krupnick Co./Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group via Getty Images ... Kavin Ross, a descendant of survivors who aren’t specifically named in the lawsuit, described the centennial events as the city “pimping our history.” Ross’ great-grandfather owned the Zulu Lounge before it was destroyed in the massacre.
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On Trend

The Independent 21 May 2021
A ... Could it be time for another season of jazz? With festivals primed for a comeback, perhaps big, raucous indie rock will dominate ... Amapiano leans into South Africa’s jazz and classical history, with plenty of strings and smoky-sweet vocals, and is heavy on melody – its Zulu name translates as “the pianos”, which you can hear all over its tracks. .
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What it was like reporting from inside the Zulu royal palace during a time of mourning

Independent online (SA) 16 May 2021
Beyond one’s call of duty as a journalist to write and inform the public, one indirectly records history ... The process of indirectly archiving history started on March 12, when King Goodwill Zwelithini, the longest-reigning Zulu king, passed away at age 72, throwing the monarch and the Zulu nation into mourning.
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Marriage is a cultural must for new Zulu king Misuzulu kaZwelithini

Independent online (SA) 11 May 2021
DURBAN - ZULU King Misuzulu kaZwelithini would be compelled by culture to get married before he could officially issue royal orders. This is according to a culture and history expert, Jabulani Maphalala. Unless extraordinary circumstances did not permit it, Zulu culture dictated ...
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South Africa: Uproar as new Zulu king is named

Ghana Web 08 May 2021
A commotion broke out Friday evening after the eldest son of South Africa’s late Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini was chosen as successor to the throne, AP reports ... From the legendary King Shaka to the one who just passed, Zulu history continues to be made on the particular ethnic level as well as in the larger context of South African history.
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Succession battle rages as Zulu ruler buried in South Africa

The Observer 06 May 2021
Queen Shiyiwe Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu in September 2013 ...History has taught us that at the best of times, issues of succession in the Zulu kingdom tend to bring out the worst in people as they position themselves to secure their interests,” wrote local journalist Cyril Madlala on the Daily Maverick news website.
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South Africa’s Zulu Princess Thembi: People think we’re murderers

Joy Online 04 May 2021
In fact, the Zulu saying ubukhosi buyabangwa – meaning “the throne is contested” – speaks of what has become an unsurprising and unwelcome feature of the infighting seen throughout history ... The Zulu people are the largest group in South Africa and one of ...
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South Africa's Zulu Princess Thembi: People think we’re murderers

BBC News 03 May 2021
In fact, the Zulu saying ubukhosi buyabangwa - meaning "the throne is contested" - speaks of what has become an unsurprising and unwelcome feature of the infighting seen throughout history ... The Zulu people are the largest group in South Africa and one of the most well-known throughout history, in part for their prowess on the battlefield.
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Celebrities pay tribute to Regent of Zulu nation, Queen Mantfombi

Independent online (SA) 30 Apr 2021
Many celebrities have taken to social media to express their shock and upset over the death of Queen Shiyiwe Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu, Regent of the Zulu Nation ... Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi has announced the passing of the Regent of the Zulu Nation. Her Majesty Queen Shiyiwe Mantfombi Dlamini-Zulu has passed away.
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Henry De Bromhead riding crest of a wave after annus mirabilis

The Irish Times 24 Apr 2021
But not many people know that he also has a has a slice of film history to his credit as the character played by Michael Caine in ‘Zulu’. When it comes to racing history though, no name of any kind can compare to Henry De Bromhead’s accomplishments over the last six weeks.

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