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Isibaya: Who’s more equal?

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05 May 2016
The fall of Somahhashi may have left the valley short of a chief for a while but did it mean that the Zungus had conquered their last rival for good?
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One man’s floor is the next man’s ceiling. The fall of Somahhashi may have left the valley short of a chief for a while but did it mean that the Zungus had conquered their last rival for good?

While the Ngwenyas may not lead the people of Bhubesini, they’re certainly in league of royalty of their own, with influence and power that stretches over the lands most lucrative taxi routes. Head of the clan, Judas Ngwenya, has forged a name for himself esigodini as a ruthless taxi boss not to be crossed.

Ready, steady


It also goes without saying the clout and currency that Sengwayo holds in the valley as a wealthy taxi owner. Recently, as acting chief to take up after destroying his mighty adversary, Zungu’s power cannot be denied. But can it be matched by Ngweya?

If things go Samson’s way, Sengwayo might just have to level up with Ngwenya to find out if he is an equal or less than that.

Snitches wind up in ditches


As for a left hand man, while Sengwayo is left weaker with Fezile in a wheelchair, Ngwenya’s son Qaphela couldn’t be any more prime for the task at hand. Fearless, ruthless and calculating, Qaphela submits only to his father’s wishes. Can Mbulazi take this hitman on?

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