New crowned king to remove social illness
May 18 th, 2015
Eastern Cape - President Jacob Zuma called on Xhosa traditional leaders to work with the government in the fight against drug abuse, crime and the moral depravity that the country lives in. President Zuma appealed on Friday to thousands of people assembled in the main square of the United Xhoza headquarters for the coronation ceremony of King Sigcawo. Social illnesses such as dagga should not be underestimated, according to the president. King Mpendulo Zwelonke Sigcawo succeeds his father, died in 2005. King Mpendulo is the 12th monarch of the Xhosa royal line and first crowned as king to the post-apartheid throne.
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