Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini has questioned why the University of Zululand has not been renamed after his father‚ Cyprian Bhekuzulu Nyangayezizwe kaSolomon‚ who was instrumental in its development more than 50 years ago. Delivering his address on Friday‚ after being conferred with an honorary doctorate in social work‚ the Zulu monarch said he was not pleased that it was only the graduation hall that had been named after his father. "Because of the contribution made by the traditional leadership‚ I don’t believe there is anyone who can blame me if I ask why was the University of Zululand not renamed after King Bhekuzulu when the names of other tertiary institutions were changed‚ just like the hall that we are in today‚" said King Zwelithini. Renaming the university after his father would not just mean "inserting his name but will also raise the name of the king who was at the forefront of developing this institution"‚ he said. "Doing so would be ensuring the good relationship betwee...

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