President Ramaphosa has acted on the situation happening in Eswatini which has become serious. Former Cabinet Minister Jeff Radebe and Deputy Minister Mashigo-Dlamini will meet with King Mswati.
The situation in Eswatini has demanded the international community to pay attention.
President Ramaphosa sent the former cabinet minister Jeff Radebe with Candith Mashego-Dlamini who is the Deputy Minister for the Department of International Relations and Cooperation.
It was revealed that the King immediately availed himself to meet with the envoy sent by Ramaphosa. This was confirmed by SADC insiders who confirmed with Times Live news.
It is speculated that the envoy sent by Ramaphosa is to find common grounds with the King which would be best for the country moving forward. Whether of not they will ask about his possible abdication, is not yet clear.
The protests have gone on for months and each month they are gaining more momentum and affecting the economy more each time.
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