Phunga kaGumede

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Phunga kaGumede was a chief of the Zulu people in modern-day South Africa. He succeeded his father, Gumede kaZulu, as chief in the early 18th century. He died in 1727 and was succeeded by his brother Mageba kaGumede.

Preceded by
Gumede kaZulu
Zulu King
? – 1727
Succeeded by
Mageba kaGumede