Grievers have plummeted on the KwaKhangelamankengane imperial castle to offer their appreciation to the late Zulu official, Queen Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu.
Individuals from amabutho (Zulu fighters), amatshitshi (Zulu ladies) and older people assembled at the imperial castle in KwaNongoma to grieve the sovereign, who died at a Johannesburg medical clinic on April 29 after a short ailment. She was 65 years of age.
Two enormous marquees were raised external the imperial castle, which is the place where the sovereign will be let go.
While amakhosi and izinduna showed up bearing cows, amabutho and amatshitshi showed up wearing their full conventional Zulu clothing to perform melodies and moves in accolade for Her Majesty.
"She was our mom and our sovereign. We are here to offer our appreciation to her by doing what she delighted in," said Senamile Ndlovu, one of the amatshitshi.
The sovereign's body is relied upon to show up later on Wednesday.
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