What a daft question mafehlefehle! What do you take us for? A nation of brainless savages or what!
If God looked upon the greatest tribe today and rendered us independent of the Shona leeches that have become a liability to us, i doubt that people would be worried about who lead us or what gender they represent. In saying that though, chances of it bieng a woman are slim because i dont remember any Mthwakazi women that were prominent in then struggle or got involved in the murky politics that followed it. Im not suggesting that no women took up arms or played a role in the struggle, all im saying is that maybe its time Mthwakazi women took a leaf out of the Zanu womens league and stood shoulder to shoulder with us men.
The few strong headed Mthwakazi women leaders like Thenjiwe Lesabe have had to dine with the enemy because maybe they were left with no choice as one wise man suggested, if you cant beat them, join them.
Anyway, back to the bone, there have been good women leaders e.g. Benazir Bhutto and Margaret Thatcher that were loved by their repsective nations and were not just token heads of state as they introduced policies that forever changed the political landscape of their nations in a positive manner.
The issue with this Nswazi woman chief is a traditional one and i think that it was a case of sabotage on the part of the Shonas who should have never got involved in Mthwakazi cultural/traditional affairs. The answer to your question is yes Mthwakazi would welcome a woman leader as long as they have the capacity to lead, period!
Talk is cheap...