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The king needs a spir­i­tual con­nec­tor, just as Joshua had Eleazar con­nect­ing him to God.

Bob O’Kay via SMS

He is off his rocker. One would have thought that, as king, he would have long ago in­structed his sub­jects not to kill one an­other.

Franz Web­ber


They should be ignored. In any case, tra­di­tional lead­ers and democ­racy do not go to­gether.

Sid­well Qalinge


Per­haps we should start with the ques­tion of his aca­demic qual­i­fi­ca­tions. Ru­mour has it that his for­mal school­ing was al­most nonex­is­tent. Maybe that’s where the prob­lem lies. How far did he go aca­dem­i­cally?

Ge­orge Ko­mane via city­press.co.za

The ANC govern­ment cre­ated this mon­ster and it must deal with him. He once said he was sent by God to lead and save the Zulu na­tion. But Zu­lus are killing one an­other every day and are hired all over to com­mit crimes. I am still wait­ing to hear him call his peo­ple to or­der.

Philip Steyn via city­press.co.za

The Zulu wa­ter­mark is in plain sight and very con­sis­tent – con­fuse your op­po­nent. Who is the op­po­nent? Any­one out­side the fam­ily and close as­so­ciates. How will op­po­nents get con­fused? Feed them dou­ble-talk and make ties with close as­so­ciates in­vis­i­ble.

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