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President Ramaphosa sends envoys to eSwatini as Mswati’s forces intensify shooting and killing

President Cyril Ramaphosa has deployed special envoys to the Kingdom of eSwatini as King Mswati’s forces intensified shooting and killing of protesting civilians.

The special envoys include formerJustice Minister Jeff Radebe and they are expected to meet King Mswati.

Business Day reported that, after months of silence, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) organ on defence, politics and security co-operation would immediately deploy envoys to Eswatini to meet King Mswati III and other stakeholders to assess the situation.

SADC insiders confirmed on Wednesday that Mswati has made himself immediately available to meet the special enjoys and delegation which will be led by former justice minister Jeff Radebe. 

The people of Swaziland are in darkness as the King refuse to allow the country to be govern by politicians, peopleare starving. Those who are workers earn peanuts only his relatices get better paying positions. King Mswati has ordered security services to shoot and kill protesters, they are demandingdemocracy and freedom. Almost all schools are currently closed due to ongoing protest, those students are also part of the protest taking place in various parts of the country. The protest seem to intensity as more security services were deployed by King Mswati. The king said he don't want a dialogue with dagga smokers, calling all protesters.


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