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Thursday, 31 December 2015

South Africa's King Dalindyebo goes to imprison

A South African ruler who is a nephew of the late Nelson Mandela has started a 12-year jail sentence for abducting, strike and pyro-crime.

Ruler Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo answered to jail after his lawful endeavors to upset his conviction fizzled.

The body of evidence against King Dalindyebo was identified with a question he had with some of his subjects around two decades back.

He originates from the Thembu group, to which Mr Mandela, South Africa's first dark president, had a place.

He is the first ruler to be imprisoned in South Africa since minority principle finished in 1994.

Ruler Dalindyebo, 51, climbed to the throne in 1989, and has around 700,000 subjects.

South Africa has 10 authoritatively perceived rulers speaking to diverse ethnic gatherings and tribes.

They assume a to a great extent stylized part, and take care of minor question inside of their groups.


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