TIME STAN WOULDN’T BE DEAD - DPP’S OF­FICE

Observer on Saturday - - News -

un­der the min­istry of jus­tice and con­sti­tu­tional af­fairs were shocked by the death of Dlamini.

He de­scribed the de­ceased as a worka­holic whose work was there for all to see es­pe­cially with the pro­mo­tions he got over the years work­ing un­der the DPP’s of­fice.

He said it was not only his fam­ily that had lost dearly fol­low­ing his death, but gov­ern­ment as well.

Jab­u­lani Ginindza, who spoke on be­half of Stan’s friends urged the of­fice of the DPP to en­sure that the coun­try’s ar­chaic laws are re­vised so that peo­ple stop dy­ing like wild an­i­mals.

Need

Ginindza said there was a need to en­sure that the coun­try’s laws are tight­ened to curb deaths like that of their friend Stan­ley.

Re­fer­ring to the lawyers that crammed the MDS Hall on the day, Ginindza said the coun­try was also re­ly­ing on them to en­sure that the coun­try has rel­e­vant laws to pro­tect the cit­i­zens.

“Stan was an as­set to the coun­try and it is never good to see such peo­ple be­ing bru­tally killed. We al­ways have to think about the chil­dren that they leave be­hind. We rely on you as lawyers to en­sure that Jus­tice pre­vails,” he stated.

Lucky Many­atsi, who rep­re­sented the Law So­ci­ety of Swazi­land (LSS) said the law fra­ter­nity was at pains at the loss of Dlamini.

He de­scribed the de­ceased as an up­com­ing and vi­brant at­tor­ney not­ing that the fra­ter­nity felt threat­ened at los­ing such peo­ple. He said Dlamini was seen as the fu­ture of the fra­ter­nity es­pe­cially since he en­sured that he im­proved his aca­demic qual­i­fi­ca­tions at ev­ery chance he ob­tained.

His brother, Kay Dlamini hoped that the law would take it’s course where it con­cerns Stan’s death and bring the cul­prit to book.

RE­VIEW THE LAWS:

IN NUM­BERS: DPP Phila Dlamini and Prin­ci­pal Crown Coun­sel Ab­sa­lom Makhanya were also among the throngs of le­gal prac­ti­tion­ers who were at the ser­vice. Jab­u­lani Ginindza speak­ing on be­half of friends.

PRESENT: A sec­tion of the peo­ple, mainly le­gal prac­ti­tion­ers, who came through to pay their last re­spects to Stan as he was af­fec­tion­ately known.

ON BE­HALF: Lawyer Lucky Many­atsi speak­ing on be­half of the Swazi­land Law So­ci­ety.

SOM­BRE: Fam­ily mem­bers and friends in a som­bre mood dur­ing the ser­vice.

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