Judge Isaac Madondo ruled in the Pietermaritzburg Supreme Court that the identification of Prince Misuzulu kaZwelithini as the successor to the late Amazulu king Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu did not depend solely on the king’s will.
He discloses his decision in a petition by Princess Ntandojenkosi Zulu and Ntombizosuthu Zulu-Dumato to declare the will invalid and to ban the appointment of Queen Mantfombi Dlamini-Zulu as regent.
Madondo also banned the execution of Zwelithini’s 2016 will in the Pietermaritzburg Supreme Court.
In his decision, he explained that the validity of the will should be reviewed in a separate civil lawsuit.
An application for such a hearing must be made within 15 days of the validity of the will being called into question.
The request was made by the late king’s two daughters, Ntandojenkosi Zulu and Ntombizosuthu Zulu-Duma, saying his signature had been forged.
Madondo says, “The creation of the will of His late Majesty, King Goodwill Zwelithini, B is suspended until the final decision in paragraph 3 of this order. Second, the seventh B. accused is hereby barred and prohibited from performing the duties or duties entrusted to him in respect of the disposition of the will and testament of his late Majesty, Zwelithini Zulu.
Madondo had previously dismissed a claim for a declaration order from Queen Sibongile Zulu, the wife of the late King of Amazon, Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu, on what he was entitled to in her will.
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Zwelithini’s successor to the late King AmaZulu’s throne, not solely by his will: Judge – SABC News
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