Floyd Shivambu and Dr. Nolubabalo Mcinga-Dalindyebo Picture: Cece Smith

Dr Nolubabalo maMcinga-Dalindyebo also known as Queen Khazeka, the sixth wife of King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo of Abathembu has joined the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).

She joined EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu at the Dr. Beyers Naude Sub-Regional Campaign Programme where he said EFF doesn’t need fearful leaders, he encouraged the conveners and coordinators to build up fearfulness and push through hierarchies fighting for the true liberation of this country.

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Sources close to the Queen suggest that she has been increasingly disillusioned with the current political landscape and feels a strong desire to make a tangible difference in the lives of ordinary South Africans. “Her recent addresses at EFF gatherings, where she called for unity and solidarity, have fuelled speculation that she might be considering a more active role within the party,” the source reveals. However, other close relatives dismiss these rumours, pointing out that Dr. Mcinga has always been a vocal advocate for change and has used her platform to raise awareness about social issues. They argue that her recent appearances at EFF events are simply part of her ongoing commitment to advocating for economic justice and equality for all. “Whether these rumuors have any merit remains to be seen. For now, she continues to focus on her work as a community developer, philanthropist, and motivational speaker, using her voice to inspire change and uplift those in need.” 

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Dr Mcinga tells Buzz Life News that her mission is only one, to embody the value of the late Winnie Madikizela Mandela. “I joined the EFF to be a voice for the voiceless, and to fight for justice, equality, and the rights of all people,” she said. “I come from a family of activism, including uncles who were in exile and a father who contributed to the struggle. I am a child of the struggle,” she says. “Mama Winnie stood for the people and I am her multiplied. So, therefore, voting for the EFF is not just a vote for a political party; it is a vote for a better future for all South Africans, the true rainbow nation. She stressed the importance of unity and solidarity in achieving meaningful change, encouraging everyone to work together towards a common goal.

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