Sigujana kaSezangakhona (died 1816) was chief of the Zulu people in 1816. He was the son of Senzangakhona kaJama and half-brother of Dingane kaSenzangakhona and Shaka kaSenzangakhona. He succeeded his father c. 1816. His mother was Bhibhi kaSompisi. Shortly after he became chief, he was eliminated by his half-brother Shaka. It is disputed on whether Shaka had him assassinated, or if Shaka himself killed Sigujana by stabbing him. His birth date is unknown, but whatever the case he died in 1816, shortly after becoming chief.
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- Eldredge, Elizabeth A. (2014). The Creation of the Zulu Kingdom, 1815–1828. Cambridge University Press. pp. 74–75. ISBN 978-1-107-07532-0.
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