This book is about King Sabata Dalindyebo's role in the liberation struggle against apartheid in South Africa. It puts spotlight on his conflicting relations with the apartheid leaders and their supporters. It also focuses on how and why King Sabata Dalindyebo left the then Transkei in 1980 into exile in Zambia. His posthumous return in 1986 and his second reburial in 1989 is also touched upon in this historical account. His influence on the political dispensation is also analysed. This is a must-read account for historians who want to know what happened to the liberation struggle supporters like this king.