In 2011, the Com­mis­sion re­leased the fol­low­ing in­for­ma­tion:

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The fol­low­ing kings re­ceived their recog­ni­tion cer­tifi­cates; King Mpen­dulo Calvin Sig­cau of AmaXhosa, King Ndamase KaN­damase of the AmaMpondo of Nyan­deni, King Makosoke Enock Mab­hena of the AmaNde­bele, King Mbusi Mahlangu of AmaNde­bele of Ndzundza, King Lekunutu Ca­van­dish Mota of Bat­lokwa and King Mopeli Thokoana Mopeli of the Bak­wena.

The in­ves­ti­ga­tions by the Com­mis­sion re­vealed that the Amahlubi, AmaShangane, AmaKwayi, AmaKhon­jwayo, AmaSwati akaMlambo and AmaMpon­domise did not have King­ships at all and there­fore all their claims were dis­missed. The Kings who had not yet re­ceived their recog­ni­tion cer­tifi­cates were King Zwelithini Good­will Zulu of AmaZulu, King Zwelibanzi Dalindy’ebo of AbaThembu, King Thu­lare Vic­tor Thu­lare of Bapeli and King Toni Pe­ter Mphe­phu of VhaVenda.

Cases that were in lig­i­ta­tion were the Kinghip of the VhaVenda, Ba­pedi Ba Marota, AmaShangane (Lim­popo Prov­ince), AmaPondo of Nyan­deni, AmaMpon­domise and AmaRharabe in the Eastern Cape and fi­nally AmaN­dunza (Litho) Mpumalanga.

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