Learn About Bhibhi Kasompisi’s Biography, Age, Husband And Her Son Sigujana kaSenzangakhona Of Zulu

Bhibhi Kasompisi biography age, son Sigujana kaSenzangakhona

Bhibhi kaSompisi Ntuli Biography, Age, Husband, Her Son Son, King Sigujana kaSenzangakhona Of Zulu

We have gone back centuries in time to learn about Bhibhi kaSompisi Ntuli, a notable wife of a great King and warrior, King Senzangakhona kaJama of the Zulu. Also, Bhibhi gave birth to a great King, Sigujana ka Senzangakhona Of Zulu who was the heir of Senzangakhona kaJama.


On this page, we have shared the most accurate information about the great grand fathers of the Zulu land in South Africa. We have also revealed who Bhibhi Kasompisi is, her biography, her husband, and her son. Keep reading below to learn more.

Bhebhe Ntuli Kasompisi Date Of Birth

The South African popular Bhibhi Ntuli was born as kaSompisi in South Africa, in the year 1780. She was born to her father whose real name was Sampsi Ntuli Chief.

Bhebhe Ntuli Kasompisi Husband

When Bhibhi came of age, she got married to Senzangakhona kaJama of the Zulu who is also known as “Inggonyama of the Zulu Nation”, he was the High Chief of the old Zulu clan.

It is important to note that Chief Senzangakhona was born in the year 1762, 12 years before the birth of his wife, Bhebhe.


As Senzangakhona grew in both titleship and age, he married not less than sixteen women with them, he had fourteen known sons. The total number of his children were greatly more than that, but his daughters were not included in the records.

Bhibhi Ntuli Kasompisi Sons

When Bhibhi Kasompisi Ntuli and King Senzangakhona kaJama got married, they were blessed with 2 sons, Sigujana kaSenzangakhona of the Zulu who grew to succeed his father as the Inggonyama of the Zulu Nation, and the other son’s history was not recorded.

Date Of Death / How Old Bhebhe Ntuli Kasompisi Was When She Passed

In the year 1840, Bhebhe Ntuli Kasompisi passed away at the age of 60.

King Senzangakhona kaJama

Senzangakhona kaJama who was a notable and popular South African ruler was born in the year 1762, and passed in the year 1816. He was a great king of the Zulu Kingdom, the great Zulu ruler was the father of another three Zulu kings who took over the rulership of the Zulu nation during which the Zulus achieved great prominence, and the first king from the 3 sons was first led by his oldest son who was named King Shaka.

King Senzangakhona knew and met his father who was then a great chief named Chief Jama kaNdaba and with time, became a ruler himself and his mother was named Mthaniya Sibiya. He took over his father after he died.

Senzangakhona was an extremely polygamous king, and he married numerous wives that the ones who were recorded was just 16 in number. Bhibhi kaSompisi Ntuli as we have earlier noted was one of Senzangakhona’s wives.

Bhibhi Kasompisi’s Son Sigujana Ka Senzangakhona As King Of Zulu And His Death

His wife, Bhebhe was legaly married and bore him just two sons, the second child’s information and life achievements were not recorded, but his son Sigujana took over as the King after his father passed in the year 1816.

Sadly, Sigujana’s reign was cut short as he was assassinated by this brother Shaka who is commonly known in the present day as Shaka Zulu because of the great things and wonderful stories about him which have been passed for decades as history.

Shaka of Zulu with the assistance of of his ally and brother Dingiswayo and Dingiswayo’s half brother whose name was Ngwadi, had Sigujana killed. Shaka subsequently changed the ruling system by raising the chieftaincy to kingdom rulership and then became the first known king of Zulu.

Sigujana ka Senzangakhona, the son of Bhebhe Ntuli died in the year 1816. He died earlier than his mother who passed 24 years later, he had been the Chief and King of the Zulu people till 1816.

The later king was the son of Senzangakhona kaJama and his half brothers were Dingane kaSenzangakhona and then Shaka kaSenzangakhona who later killed him to assume the role of King.

His reign did not last much long because he was murdered by his half-brother, Shaka Of Zulu. It has been argued over years if whether Shaka of Zulu had someone assassinate or Shaka of Zulu killed Sigujana himself by stabbing him to death.


Bhibhi Ntuli who was born as kaSompisi was given borth to in the year, 1780, to a notable family in the Zulu clan called Chief Sampsi Ntuli.

She later got married to Senzangakhona kaJama who in turn succeeded his father to become king. Senzangakhona, Bhibhi’s husband was born in the year 1762. They both had two sons, but only one’s life details was recorded, and that was Sigujana kaSenzangakhona.

Bhibhi died in the year 1840, when she was 60 years old.


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