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AmaXesibe Fikeni Monument to remember Chief Fikeni & wives

HONOURING ANCESTOR: DECEMBER 20, 2015:The Fikeni monument and grave were unveiled at Ndzongiseni village near Mount Ayliff on Saturday in memory of the founder of the Fikieni traditional leadership. The ceremony was facilitated by political analyst Professor Somadoda Fikeni

The AmaXesibe nation came together in Mount Ayliff on Saturday to unveil a monument to Chief Fikeni, one of the nation’s brave traditional leaders. The monument erected at Ndzongiseni village is not only a memorial for the chief, who lived in the 1800s, but also for his five wives, who ...

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AmaXesibe Chief Gcinisizwe Mtwa makes a nation proud

LEADER OF THE FUTURE: Chief Tina Gcinisizwe Mtwa of AmaXesibe Traditional Council in Mqanduli is applauded for his hard work. The Bachelor of Education degree graduate, was inaugurated last week as AmaXesibe chief at Lower Ngqwarha Great Place near Mqanduli Picture: LULAMILE FENI

Chief Tina Gcinisizwe Mtwa was only 22 and looking forward to a career in teaching, when his father died and he was forced to take over as AmaXesibe chief. At the time, Mtwa had just graduated with a Bachelor of Education degree and was applying for vacant teacher posts in ...

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