Former President Jacob Zuma described the passing of AmaZulu King Goodwill Zwelithini as a great loss to the nation at large. Zuma was among the dignitaries who visited the Royal House in KwaNongoma in KZN on Sunday.
“We’ve lost a father, our King. We’ve been asking ourselves what will become of us. What happens on this Earth is determined by God and we can’t question it, but we can’t not cry,” Zuma said.
“Our King was a warm king. He made you feel whole. He taught us a lot, what it means to be a human being. The late King will be laid to rest on Wednesday night. A memorial service will take place on Thursday.
Due to COVID-19 protocols, the Royal House has decided the remains of the king will not lie in state at the Royal Palace.
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