The king of the Vusathina MaZulu tribe, Fana Dlamini passed away at the age of 82 and he will be burried today.
Dlamini is from Thathane in Highflats KwaZulu Natal passed away last week. According to the source Isolezwe, the MEC of the Department of Co-operative Governance and Indigenous Affairs in KwaZulu-Natal, Mrs Bongi Sithole-Moloi, revealed that Dlamini’s family had agreed that he should be buried on Saturday.
She said this when he went to Dlamini’s house, to roar in the crowd. “There will be a service at the local sports field. The department will support the family during this difficult time. The department has sent officials to work with the family to make preparations for the king’s burial. We are dedicated to supporting royal families. our wish is that the kings are planted with dignity.”
Mrs Sithole-Moloi praised Dlamini for his wisdom, saying that his skills benefited other kings. Dlamini took the throne in 1992. “He led his nation skillfully until he passed away. Dlamini was respected by all of our province and he cooperated with the government, fighting for the welfare of his nation.
“Even though the king has been sick for a long time, we had hope that he will recover. As an adult, his presence has benefited the community that built his tribe and other kings. We would like to express our condolences to the family and the entire nation.” Mrs Sithole-Moloi said that chiefs play an important role in society.
￼The Minister for Cooperative Governance and Indigenous Affairs in KwaZulu-Natal, Mrs Bongi Sithole-Moloi met with the family of King Fana Dlamini,