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