How she gained this control over the devil is an interesting chapter in Swazi history.
Queen Tzaneen could not reign because she was not a native-born Swazi.
It seems there had been several hundred single combats, after the custom of the Swazi warriors, and finally a rush upon the kraal.
Three Swazi boys were in charge of it and were responsible for its animals.
The atrocities committed by these Swazi allies of the English on the people of Secoecoeni's tribe were truly awful.
The only difference is that the Swazi method does not employ so much camouflage.
"Mzaan Bakoor, you won't get another chance soon to see a Swazi king's burial ceremonies," he said.
Now the Swazi, from the highest to the lowest, sells his women.
Six of the Swazi allies, under Fairlie, were wounded, and one horse killed.
The average Swazi induna has five or more wives, and some have many more.