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