1982Pace Nov. 90On August 21 an unsuspecting Swazi nation was stunned by the news that the Ingwenyama — the Lion — was dead.
1986J. Deacon inS. Afr. Panorama Aug. 21King Mswati — the Ngwenyama (lion) is one of his titles...sat in a blue armchair with the principal secretary for the Swazi Ministry of Foreign Affairs..doing most of the talking.
c1988J. Nxumalo inProc. of Internat. Symposium: Nat. Parks, Nature Reserves & Neighbours (Endangered Wildlife Trust)The Zulu Nation consists of a number of Tribes which all pay allegiance to the Zulu King or Ingonyama.
1994King G. Zwelithini inTribute May 40I, Zwelithini Goodwill Zulu ka Bhekuzulu, presently the Ngonyama of the Zulus, pledge..my solemn word that I will withhold myself from any participation in any form of politics.
1978A. ElliottSons of Zulu 95The King at his formal installation...The lion and the elephant on his throne (Ngonyama and Ndlovu) are symbolic of power and strength — characteristics always associated by the Zulu with their king.
1981Bona Jan. 38One night, the ngwenyama comes to a lonely tracker’s camp in a northern Transvaal game reserve to eat his wife...and the nightmare begins.
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