King Tsvelitini was known for good things even when others did not see the good in him. His sudden death affected not only his family and loved ones, but also the entire country.
As far as I know, King has six wives, and the youngest woman of all is Queen Zola Mafu of Swaziland. It is said that Zola was given to the king when he was only 17 years old, during the king's traditional reed dance. As you know, many girls will take part in this dance so that the king can choose a woman, so King Tsvelitini paid attention to Queen Zola.
No matter how young he was, the king went on and paid the lobola, saying that he at least waited until he was a little older before marrying her. They then married in a beautiful ceremony. Senior Mzansi officials attended the ceremony, including Jacob Zuma. Unfortunately, she was widowed at such a young age.
However, people saw this as an opportunity, they thought they could have another man and still marry him. She is young and beautiful.
Rumors have it that the eldest son will be the next king which is not yet known to the public.
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