Mangosuthu Buthelezi: Group of Maskandi Singers Break Rules in Video To Pay Respect in Ulundi Home

Mangosuthu Buthelezi: Group of Maskandi Singers Break Rules in Video To Pay Respect in Ulundi Home

  • A group of Maskandi singers broke protocol and marched in song to Ulundi to pay their respects to the fallen prince, Mangosuthu Buthelezi
  • In the delegation were popular artists Thokozani Langa and Khuzani Mpungose, who were captured in a video
  • Social media users were not impressed with the family's decision to ask the community to stay away from the monarch's home due to customary practices

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Maskandi singers sang at Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi's Ulundi home.
A group of Maskandi singers marched in song to Prince Mangosuthu's Ulundi home to pay their respects. Images: @ZiyandaNgcobo, @Ndumiso37236174, @themankhosi
Source: Twitter

A group of Maskandi singers could not keep still until the open window for visits at Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi's home following his death on 9 September.

Maskandi singers visit Prince Buthelezi's Ulundi home

Journalist @ZiyandaNgcobo took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share a video of the group of singers and captioned:

"Despite the family asking for people not to come to KwaPhindangene, uMaskandi has descended upon #MangosuthuButhelezi’s home to pay their condolences. Popular Maskandi artists Thokozani Langa and Khuzani Mpungose are part of this delegation. @Newzroom405 #RIPShenge."

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Watch Zinyanda's video below:

Social media users react to the Maskandi singers' gesture

The community's eagerness to send condolences to the nonagenarian's home confused some netizens as it is expected to allow people to pay their respects. This is what was said:

@Wandilemsomix was confused:

"Hawu, why did the family ask people not to come?"

@ZiyandaNgcobo explained:

"They are preparing for the funeral and the return of Buthelezi’s remains tomorrow as per their traditions and customs."

@PhumzileNtomb11 was proud:

"Oksalayo bafikile ngeke babajikise nabo bazokhala Fuze, umzuzu nehora nosuku akubalwa."

@PhumlaniNdwand7 noticed:

"Usale kanjani uThibela 'ahiiiiiiyaaaaa!!!?'"

@Lindi44693445 protested:

"The family must chill out."

@LubeloVan explained:

"Calm down, they were warmly welcome."

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Molebogeng Seemela (Entertainment Editor) Molebogeng Seemela is a journalist and a current affairs reporter for Briefly News (joined in 2023) with over 10 years of experience. She obtained her National Diploma in 2013, and Bachelor of Technology in 2014 at TUT, majoring in Editorial Management. Specialist Reporting: Print, Features and Reviews; Advanced Reporting; and Advanced Editing and Design for Print. She has been a freelance journalist for several years but cemented her place as a reporter with the SABC, and Cosmopolitan SA.

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