Sisile Khumalo

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Sisile Khumalo
Ndlovukati of Swaziland
PredecessorFile Ndwandwe[1]
SuccessorTibati Nkambule[1]
Diedc. 1880s

Sisile Khumalo (1880s), was Ndlovukati (Queen mother) of Swaziland during the reign of Dlamini IV.[1] Her son, Ludvonga, died without heirs and was never made king.[1]

Khumalo was influential in the choice of Mbandzeni (later Dlamini IV) as successor to King Mswati II.[2]

Khumalo was executed after quarrelling with Dlamini IV.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e Siyinqaba (1984). "The Swazi Monarchy" (PDF). Africa Insight. 14 (1): 14–16.
  2. ^ Gillis, D. Hugh (1999). The Kingdom of Swaziland: Studies in Political History. Greenwood Publishing Group. pp. 25, 26, 66. ISBN 9780313306709.