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Sowetan has tracked down a Swaziland teenager who has fled to South Africa to escape being one of the many wives of that country's monarch.
She was nervous but confirmed that her family was visited by a delegation from the Swazi Royal House.
Both King Mswati III and his royal council have failed to comment on the girl's claim and the incident leading to her leaving Swaziland.
"I am not very free," she said. "I should not be talking."
But then she said: "I cannot imagine myself being one of them. I was both shocked and flattered when I was told about the king's plan to marry me."
Tandzile Ngwenya, 19, is in South Africa after spurning the autocratic ruler's sexual advances.
She did not want to discuss the matter further, saying she might get into trouble or people might "get to my parents".
Had the Mbabane-born girl agreed to marry Mswati, she would have been wife number 14.
"They told my mother I had been chosen," she said. "I decided to make a dash for it and my mother agreed."
Sowetan has been reliably informed that the polygamous monarch had spotted the girl at a reed dance ceremony in 2006. She was 17 at the time.
The smitten king sent his delegation to the girl's home in Mbabane two weeks after the yearly reed dance.
Sowetan caught up with Tandzile, and she reluctantly confirmed her dilemma.
She said: "When my mother told me that the king's delegation had come for me I was both shocked and flattered."
But Tandzile, who is studying at the University of Johannesburg, spurned the king's advances and relocated to Nelspruit in Mpumalanga.
She eventually moved to Johannesburg.
Tandzile told Sowetan she had no intention of returning to her home country until she was certain that nothing would happen to her.
Mswati's father, King Sobhuza II, had at least 70 wives.