Queen Baramparaye of Burundi

Queen Baramparaye was the last both Queen consort and Queen mother of Burundi. Born in 1929, she married her husband late King Mwambutsa iv of Burundi in 1946 at the young age of 18 as his second wife. Mwabutsa iv was firstly married to Queen Therese Kanyonga who he divorced later. Queen Baramparaye and King... Continue Reading →

Traditional Kings of Togo

Togo is a country in West Africa located between Benin and Ghana. It derives its name from the Ewe word Togo which means Behind the River. The country like many others are rich in African traditions and customs particularly Voodoo religion and their markets. They had several ethnic/Tribal communities ruled by Monarchs each with their... Continue Reading →

The Rharhabe royal family

The Rharhabe kingdom is a royal traditional kingdom located in South Africa which has existed for many years since the 18th century. It is mainly inhabited by the Rharhabe tribe (amaRharhabe) who are a branch of the larger xhosa group. The Rharhabe royal house is the right royal house while the gcaleka royal house is... Continue Reading →

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