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Af­ter weed­ing Maz­ibeke Royal Field yes­ter­day, the reg­i­ments are now ready to start weed­ing the Mfa­bantfu Royal Field to­day.

(Pics: Si­mon Sha­bangu)

(Pics: Si­mon Sha­bangu)

AYACWEBETELA: Emabutfo con­tinue to come in their num­bers to be part of the royal du­ties as com­manded by the King. This was the scene at the Ludzidzini Cat­tle Byre as reg­i­ments re­tired for the day af­ter weed­ing of Maz­ibeke Royal Fields. The reg­i­ments have been com­manded to start weed­ing the Mfa­bantfu Royal Field.

BEST FOOT FOR­WARD: Chief Nd­laluh­laza and Prince Lin­dani in ac­tion as the reg­i­ments re­tired for the day.

LAMADZALA: SNCAC CEO Stan­ley Dlamini and Min­is­ter of Sports Cul­ture and Youth Af­fairs David Ng­cam­pha­lala were also among the throngs of reg­i­ments present.

LEAD­ERS: Emalan­geni and chiefs also came through to be part of the royal du­ties.

SIKHONA: Ind­vuna Lut­fwac­ula Fakudze and King's Body­guard Ng­wane Dlamini..

JOY: MP Jomo Dlamini and his son also at­tended.

BIG THREE: Lacwe­bete­lako Mlin­dazwe, Didum­butfo and Nkhondlo af­ter the day's hard work.

SIGIYA NGENGOMA: Song and dance was the or­der of the day.

SEKUNJALO: Ind­vuna Ye­ma­jaha Qo­men­tanyeni con­vey­ing the King's mes­sage to the reg­i­ments.

YOUNG WAR­RIORS: In­gatja was also at the royal fields.

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