Despite misappropriation and accountability the Natal premier said royalty will receive R58,8 million in the next financial year, which is about R10 million more than the previous year.
The so-called Royal Household Trust was supposed to help collect funds for the king, but it did not do so.
The land under the control of the king had to be commercialized for better production and yield, but it came to naught.
The Natal premier, under which the royal trust falls, expressed his concern about the situation and is supported by the IFP. Nevertheless, he drastically increased the budget for the Zulu king at taxpayers’ expense.
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