Qiya aCabe, Great House Son who lost the kingship of the amaMpondo

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Qiya aCabe, Great House Son who lost the kingship of the amaMpondo

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Son of Cabe aNcindise, King of the amaMpondo
Husband of NN Great House Wife of Qiya then Gangata and NN mother of Puta
Father of Puta aQiya
Brother of Gangata aCabe, Right Hand House Son who became King of the amaMpondo

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About Qiya aCabe, Great House Son who lost the kingship of the amaMpondo

The story of how the Mpondo kingship transferred from Qiya to Gangata

Qiya, the Great House Son and heir to the Mponde king, Cabe, fell out with his younger brother, Gangata. In the fighting that ensued he was forced to retreat across the Mtata River. Qiya settled on the western bank, but his Great Wife refused to move to the new country with him. She was taken to wife by her husband’s rival, Gangata, and the son that she bore him was then acknowledged as the Great Son or heir, and so it came about that the kingship of the Mpondo passed from Qiya’s line to that of his younger brother.

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