|House||Name of Wife||Village (Igama lekhaya)||Children (Abantwana)|
|1.Lusungulu||Maiwase Nkosi||Ezondweni||F. Mzuyeya
|2. Kwagogo||Magodise Moyo||Ekwendeni||M. Mzikuwola
|3. Lusungulu||Lumtowo Nhlane||Hoho||F. Ciwozi
|4. Kwagogo||Nawiyawo Hala||Engqongoleni||F. Lomajozi
|5. Kwagogo||Mthando Ndolo||Ekwendeni||F. Puzile
|6. Lusungulu||Siniyawo Mtetwa||Ezondweni||M. Muhawi|
|7. Lusungulu||Hlambase Ziwa||Ezondweni||F. Mtiyawo|
|8. Lusungulu||Matambose Nkosi||Ezondweni||F. Gciwile (C. click)|
|9. Kwagogo||Velepi Nzima||Ekwendeni||F. Munjowo
|10. Kwagogo||Munyuse Mkalipi||Engqongoleni|
|11. Kwagogo||Magulwe Mcisi||Engqongoleni|
|12. Lusungulu||Lonyanda Nkosi||Ezondweni|
The eldest son of Mtwalo was the boy Mzikuwola who was later to take the name of Yohane, but he was not the heir to the chiefdom, being of the Kwagogo house—”there where grandmother lives” the village which receives the property but not the chiefdom (for the new chief must go out to win his property). The first and indeed the only son of the Lusungulu house—”that which breaks away (to found a new village for the new chief)”, the house of the Indhlukulu or inkosikazi, was Muhawi. In about 1873, Muhawi was born in the village of Ezondweni, a suburb of Ekwendeni (for in those days the Ngoni villages were of gigantic size), at the Mapondela Stream, near Dulu Hill, in Uswesi east of Coma. There was talk of witchcraft at the time of his birth, and hence he was named Muhawi, the witch, but he received also the name of Somaqala, because court cases were being heard in the cattle fold at the time he was born. As he grew older, he was a bonny fat baby, and he was nicknamed Macazwa, on account of his fatness. Muhawi grew up as a typical Ngoni boy, herding the cattle in the daytime and playing at war with his fellows, driving the cattle to the great fold in the evening, to hang around the men eating their evening meal at the gates of the fold, and to hear their talk of wars and raids and affairs of state.
Two great trees still stand in the forest.