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A R1-Million Annual Pay, Budget Of R60-Million, Zulu King Laments He’s Being Underpaid, Even Unrecognized

Zulu ruler Goodwill Zwelithini has lashed out at the commonplace government, blaming it for neglecting to pay him what he merits. He was talking at a King Shaka remembrance in Stanger, north of Durban, on Sunday.

Despite the fact that the lord wailed over what he called an absence of money related acknowledgment, he gets a yearly compensation of more than R1-million and is apportioned a financial plan of about R60-million by the KwaZulu-Natal head’s office.


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I do not get a stipend . there is no money I get from the government. I do not get paid because the provincial government does not recognise me and the stipend I deserve as the king.”

The royal household received R58.8-million this year, of which R16.5-million went to salaries, payment of seven board members and the queens’ expenses.


Written by How Africa

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