https://realjobs.co.za/ If there's one thing South Africans know all too well, it's that former President Jacob Zuma always seems to get away with it, despite several criminal indictments and allegations. Medical parole appeared to be his saving grace after he was sentenced to 15 months in prison for disobeying a Constitutional Court ruling.
It is very disturbing to note that after killing dozens of civilians merely for demanding democratic reforms, King Mswati still believes he can summon the people to his Sibaya to discuss issues of national importance. Perhaps, it is important to state that King Mswati is now an alleged political serial killer and therefore cannot be trusted with human life not to mention hosting a political dialogue that seeks to remove him from power.
The people have applied as much pressure as they could to attain democracy in Swaziland. It was all peaceful at first, petitions were delivered and the demonstrations were marked by the typical song and dance. Comrades appealed to the international community, they used the 'proper channels' King Mswati wanted them to use.
King Mswati wants to call Sibaya after Incwala in the midst of political tension in this tiny Kingdom. Sibaya is a traditional structure where Swazis are summoned to discuss issues, however, none of the issues raised in that forum were ever addressed by the King. “The King is appealing for calm and will host Sibaya after Incwala”, said Ludzidzini Indvuna Themba Ginindza.
Ndaba Shabangu, a senior citizen of Luve said Swazis were facing a huge challenge with the high costs in basic necessities of life such that it was becoming hard to buy bread and clothes. Speaking to this Swaziland News during an interview on Friday, Shabangu said life was now difficult for some Swazis as they were struggling to buy clothes and even a mere loaf of bread, he then warned against attending Sibaya saying it was meant to blind emaSwati and pollute their minds.
Source: MSN Former President Jacob Zuma, who has been released on medical parole, has held private meetings with some of his allies at the Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom in Durban. Details of what was discussed Friday in a private hotel-level boardroom between Zuma and a group of more than 10 people in a roughly five-hour meeting were unclear.
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'Is Zuma Gambling With His Health Or This Photos Is What The Court Needs To Revoke His Parole"Mzansi
Images of former President Jacob seen out and about at Sibaya Casino in Durban have caused significant online controversy, with many questioning the state of his secret sickness and parole. Zuma was seen exiting the casino with loyalists, including former SAA head Dudu Myeni, last Friday.
Phumelele Dlamini, the Liphimbo LaboMake representative at the Multistakeholders Forum said Sibaya was not suitable for women as it was discriminatory in nature. Speaking during the Political Parties Assembly's(PPA) press conference on behalf of the Multi-Stakeholders Forum at the Mountain Inn on Tuesday, Dlamini said women were only allowed to attend Sibaya under certain conditions, therefore, they were rejecting it.
King Mswati III has denied ever sending his troops to kill dozens of emaSwati who were demanding democratic reforms. This is contrary to Princess Sikhanyiso’s sentiments, the Information Minister and first born daughter of the King who told the BBC that there were foreign mercenaries who were killing the people.
The previous president Jacob Zuma, who is on clinical parole, has been holding shut entryway gatherings with a limited handful of his partners at the Sibaya Casino and the Entertainment Kingdom in Durban. Subtleties of what was examined on Friday in a private meeting room at the lodging level, among Zuma and a gathering of more than 10 individuals in a gathering that went on for around five hours, was hazy.
King Mswati’s decision to call Sibaya last week Friday and try to downplay the seriousness of the SADC Troika fact finding mission that seeks to, among others, investigate the crimes against humanity was political hypocrisy of the highest order. Perhaps, it is important to state that the Southern African Development Community(SADC) Troika on Defense and Security is currently conducting what is known as a “political conflict investigation” where the King stands accused of committing crimes against humanity by unleashing soldiers and the police to shoot and kill dozens of civilians merely for demanding democratic reforms.
William Mkhaliphi (87),an elderly man of Vuvulane who was arrested and tortured by the police for criticising King Mswati during a 2016 Sibaya gathering is now sick and has warned emaSwati not to attend or speak during Sibaya gatherings saying those who express themselves are subsequently targeted.
Ciniso Tfwala (34) of Logoba, a few kilometres outside Manzini has said he was assaulted by the police on Friday for not attending Sibaya. Speaking to this Swaziland News on Tuesday, Tfwala said they were a group of five, when suddenly a group of about five police officers driving in an unmarked white Isuzu van stopped them on their way to Manzini Nazerene bus stop where they had intended to board a kombi home since transport became scarce after the protest march that had occurred earlier that day.
It’s Sibaya or anti-Monarchy protest on Friday, SADC Troika to get a true picture of Mswati’s politics
King Mswati’s decision to summon the Nation to Sibaya(Cattle Byre) after banning pro-democracy protests against his government citing the COVID-19 third wave is political hypocrisy of the highest order. But then, now that the King has summoned the Nation to Ludzidzini Palace in complete disregard of the COVID-19 regulations that were used to undermine the citizens’ Constitutional right to freedom of expression, it means that those who are calling for democratic reforms are free to attend the mass anti-Monarchy protest in Manzini on Friday, while those who support the King will go to Ludzidzini.
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Images of former president Jacob noticed out and approximately at Sibaya Casino close to Durban have sparked a prime debate online, with many wondering the circumstance of his undisclosed infection and parole. Zuma was seen leaving the Sibaya casino's on Friday together along with his allies, inclusive of former SAA chair Dudu Myeni.
The Surprising Reason Jacob Zuma Went to visit a Casino In Durban Shocks South Africans Date: 2021/10/19 Jacob Zuma was at a casino in Durban just a few days ago, he went to visit his Friend Vivian Reddy who is the owner, the name of the Casino is Sibaya, the surprising reason he went to the casino was to conduct business as the former president is that kind of a man.
Eswatini King Mswati has denied sending troops to kill unarmed civilians who were demanding democratic reforms. Speaking on Friday, during a Sibaya gathering at Ludzidzini, Mswati said, it was unfortunate that people felt frustrated by the covid 19 regulations which saw the banning of petition deliverers, and that people ended up resorting to burning businesses and killing each other.
Former President Jacob Zuma has reportedly held private meetings at Sibaya Casino and entertainment world in Durban. South African media has reported that Zuma has held closed door talks with some of his trusted allies. “Former president #JacobZuma, who is on medical parole, has been holding closed door meetings with a select few of his allies at the Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom in Durban.