Yesterday, Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini was laid to rest in a private funeral ceremony, preceded by Zulu traditions enacted when a King dies.
The Zulu Royal Family is arguing over King Goodwill Zwelithini’s funeral while battling negative news articles that don’t speak kindly of his reign.
Let’s say you’ve forked out the cash and the cows, and then things go south from that point onwards. Is there such a thing as a lobola refund?
A white Zulu was spotted in Pinetown, singing songs to women with no underwear and people have only given him love. Check it.
There’s a ten-year-old white boy in KZN who has more Zulu swag than you. Have a look at this video and see for yourself.
King Goodwill Zwelithini has said some controversial things in the past but this comment takes the cake.
Yesterday’s reports of Jacob Zuma getting scared off by demon-possessed maidens have been rectified…
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We’ve seen the pictures but what happens inside an angry mob waiting to follow their king’s orders and attack foreigners? Some very brave reporters found out.
It’s good and well sending out tweets with the hashtag #saynotoxenophobia, but will that really bring King Goodwill Zwelithini to task? This might do the job.
Amidst claims that the Zulu leader was misquoted and misinterpreted by the media some folks sat down and translated his infamous speech at Pongola last month. It ain’t pretty.
While there remains controversy regarding the brutality of his methods, there can be no denying that Shaka Zulu knew how to organise a good scrap. Here are his finest military moments.
In order to keep up with the times, President Zuma will personally fund an updated translation of the existing isiZulu Bible. Apparently the original translation has some inadequacies that need ironing out, so the main man has dug into his own pockets and offered to help.
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Marius Coutaud, 25, met Sisanda Qwabe, 26, at the Charles de Gualle Airport in Paris in 2010. This would set off a chain reaction of events that would eventually culminate in a bizarre cultural crossover.
Zulu premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday. The film is a crime thriller, where Whitaker plays a cop searching for the murderer of a white teenage boy and discovers the “wounds of post-apartheid South Africa.” Oscar winning actor Forest Whitaker met with Zulu gangs to better prepare himself for this role.
Forest Whitaker and Orlando Bloom spent a week filming in Parkwood, an impoverished low-income area in Cape Town. The shoot formed part of Zulu – an action packed drama written and directed by Jérôme Salle. Click for gallery.
In my Grade Eight IsiZulu class, our set book was a novel set in the early 1800s. It was a fictionalised account of what the Iron Age existence of a tribe living in KwaZulu Natal would have been like – before the white man arrived in his ships; even before Shaka Zulu’s fearsome warriors began their raiding expeditions. It was a well-written book and within its pages I was transported back to those simple years when the greatest challenge of the day was finding a cave where iron ore could be mined from. But the book was horribly flawed in one respect. Click link for more..