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DavidV

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https://www.newsday.co.zw/2017/09/police-block-ndebele-king-coronation/

The Ndebele people of Matabeleland in Zimbabwe are an Nguni people closely related to the Zulus. There has not been a recognised king since the late 19th Century when European settlers established Rhodesia. However, the royal line survives today. The Ndebele bore the brunt of Robert Mugabe's murderous repression in the 1980s.
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Just about ''any' system of governance would be better for the place I once called Rhodesia than the apology of a form of governance they have had in the years since I called the place that. It also would have a nice balancing to go with Lesotho and Swaziland on a macro-political level if a monarch was restored there in some way shape or form.
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Just about ''any' system of governance would be better for the place I once called Rhodesia than the apology of a form of governance they have had in the years since I called the place that. It also would have a nice balancing to go with Lesotho and Swaziland on a macro-political level if a monarch was restored there in some way shape or form.


Lesotho and Swaziland are national, home grown monarchies as it were though.

I don't even know if Zimbabwe has any traditional rulers, since researching the topic throws up information on Great Zimbabwe, which is an entirely different beast.
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