Two Zulu princes have been hurt in a car crash in South Africa after going to court to argue about who should be the next king.
Prince Simphiwe Zulu and Prince Vanana Zulu, who are close to King Misuzulu kaZwlithini, were driving from Pretoria to KwaZulu-Natal on Thursday evening when the accident occurred.
Prince Africa Zulu, their spokesperson, said that the princes are not in bad shape and only have minor injuries.
This accident happened while the Zulu royal family was caught up in a legal fight about who should be the king after King Misuzulu.
Prince Simakade, who is King Misuzulu’s half-brother, wants the court to say that he should be the king instead of King Misuzulu, whom President Cyril Ramaphosa recognized.
He tried to stop King Misuzulu from becoming king before, but he didn’t succeed.
The Zulu royal family gets almost 80 million rand ($4.2 million; £3.4 million) for their expenses and owns 30% of the land in the Kwa-Zulu Natal province.