Traditional Amazulu Kingdom Prime Minister Prince Mangasuthu Buthelezi has paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.
Buthelezi, while offering condolences on behalf of Amazulu King Misuzulu KaZwelitini and the Zulu royal family, said Queen Elizabeth II reigned with true dignity.
“My personal condolences to HRH the Prince of Wales, with whom I have shared a cherished friendship for many years. I had the honor of hosting His Royal Highness and Her Highness and we hosted them in Ulundi. I have always admired his principled approach to his duties and people. Her reign was long and praiseworthy. Her sincere care and concern for her people will never be forgotten.” Buthelezi added.
Meanwhile, Congress of Traditional Leaders (CONTRALESA) president, Kgoshi Lamek Mokoena, said other governments should emulate the way the British government looked after the royal family.
McCohen added that the Queen of England loved and cared for her people, he says the death of the Queen of England came as a shock to many royal leaders.
“On behalf of the Contralesa National Executive Committee and the entire membership, we would like to express our sincere condolences to the Royal Family and the British people. The British government had a lot of respect for their queen, so they did not hesitate to take care of their finances and other matters, which is unheard of in my country. We will miss her humility, her kindness and love for her people, we really wish other governments could emulate what the British government has done with the royal family. May her soul rest in peace.”