Traditional Kings or Paramount chiefs of Malawi....
#royalevent HM Inkosi ya Makosi (King) Gomani V Mswati Willard of Maseko Ngoni people of Malawi and wife HRH Inkosikazimkhulu(Queen) Gomani V hosted thousands at thee umhlangano wa maseko event held at Ntcheu, Malawi Maseko Ngoni are descendants of swati people celebrate umhlangano was maseko which is an event of honouring the ancestors. It also... Continue Reading →
M'mbelwa kingdom is a precolonial kingdom of the Ngoni people (Jele/jere clan) of Malawi. Today it is located in Mzimba District in the Republic of Malawi. The ngoni people of Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe are part of the larger nguni speaking tribes of the southern African region. They escaped the Shaka Zulu Mfecane wars in... Continue Reading →
Queen (inkosikazi) M'mbelwa V of Jele Ngoni people of Malawi has been officially crowned Queen consort to her husband HM (King) Inkosi ya Makhosi M'mbelwa V on 2nd June 2022. Hundreds gathered at the Royal residence for the event which witnessed tradition of the Ngoni people mixed with Christian traditions. Photos : supplied Jere /Jele... Continue Reading →
Princess (Nkosazana) Thokozile Sarina Gomani turns 6 months old. She is the first child and daughter of inkosi ya makosi (King) Mswati Gomani V of Maseko Ngoni people of Malawi and his South African born wife Inkosikazimkhulu (Queen) Rishaladza Gomani V. The couple married in 2nd November 2019 and were blessed with her on 5th... Continue Reading →
Queen (or Inkosikati) Rishaladza Gomani V celebrates her birthday today. She was actually born 29th February, a day which appears on leap year every four years. She was born a native of South Africa from the Tsonga tribe. She is the wife of Inkosi ya makosi Mswati Gomani V of Maseko clan of Ngoni people... Continue Reading →
HM Inkosi ya makosi (Paramount chief or King) Mswati Gomani v of Maseko clan of ngoni people of Malawi and his wife Queen (Inkosikatimkhulu) Rishaladza Gomani are happy to announce the birth of their daughter HRH Princess (Nkosazana) Thokozile Sarina Gomani. Through the Maseko Ngoni heritage trust, it was announced that she was born on... Continue Reading →