The two swazi sisters Princesses who married amaMpondo princes and became queens.
They are both granddaughters of late King Sobhuza ii of Eswatini then Swaziland.
Left: Queen regent Lombekiso MaSobhuza Sigcau of Eastern amaMpondo aseQaukeni kingdom, South Africa. She is the daughter of late Prince Makhungu Dlamini who was the son of King Sobhuza ii and Inkhosikati laCheme. She was the first swazi Princess to study in America. She married late King Justice Mpondombini Sigcau of Eastern amaMpondo aseQaukeni kingdom (son of late King Botha Sigcau). She became the regent of her kingdom after the death of her husband until the next King was choosen. She is mother to HRH Chieftainess Princess Wezizwe Sigcau and HRH princess Bekiwe Sigcau.
Right : late Queen mother Fikelephi Bhongolwethu Ndamase Of Western AmaMpondo aseNyandeni kingdom, South Africa. She was the daughter of late Prince Mashende Dlamini who was the son of late King Sobhuza ii and Inkhosikati laCheme. She was raides by her uncle prince Makhungu Dlamini after her father’s death. She married late Prince Mabalengwe Ndamase of amaMpondo aseNyandeni ( son of late King Tutor Ndamase) who died in 1986. She became regent for her young son King Mangaliso Ndamase ii for 11 years until 2008. She is the mother of King Mangaliso Ndamase ii and Prince Botha Ndamase. She died in 2018.
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