Senior Superintendent Enock Zulu, the second in charge Commanding Officer(CO) within the Operational Support Services Unit(OSSU) has been arrested by the Lukhozi Serious Crimes Unit for allegedly burning the Mathangeni Ok Foods during the recent pro-democracy protests. Zulu who once headed the late Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini’s security team was arrested by a team of investigators led by Senior Superintendent Clement Sihlongonyane, he is currently kept at the Mafutseni Police Station.
THE National Commissioner of Police, William Tsitsibala Dlamini is shaken at reports that a senior police officer is implicated in the burning of an OK Foods Store in Matsapha. According to highly placed sources, the officer who holds the position of senior superintendent appeared in CCTV footage, using explosives to bomb the shop.
OVER 500 people employed by OK Foods in Eswatini are in fear of losing their jobs after shops under the group were torched during the protests on Monday and Tuesday. OK Foods stores were looted and burnt by hooligans and protesters during the countrywide looting that took place on Monday night and mid-morning the following day.
Lincon Motsa, the Director of Linac Investments trading as Ok Foods confirmed that he was just King Mswati’s ‘boy’ in charge of the Supermarkets. This Swaziland News obtained an analysis of the videos and speeches of businesspeople, the King and Government officials during the launch of the Re-construction programme.
As the specialists are reestablishing dependability in pockets of KZN and Gauteng, the Shoprite Group is working nonstop to fix and restock plundered and harmed stores. These stores are becoming functional and are re-really getting started constantly, while the wellbeing of the two clients and representatives stays vital.
As pro-democracy protests devolved into pandemonium on Monday evening, Eswatini's main chain shop, OK Foods, in Matsapha, and other outlets were set on fire, posing the first threat to a king who has ruled the landlocked southern African country with a free hand. Protests have erupted around the country for many days in at least ten separate locations, causing the police to disperse the crowds.