Gist of the mat­ter

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rou­ble be­gan when then Min­is­ter Hlo­bisile Ndlovu pre­sented her re­port about the project which sounded rather very un­sat­is­fac­tory to mem­bers of the au­gust House who then im­me­di­ately called for a probe, es­pe­cially be­cause al­ready there was just too much noise from women who had sup­plied the tind­lamu but were still not paid yet money had been made avail­able for the project.

On June 17, 2011 a con­tin­gent of 200 strong women from Manzini and Shis­el­weni marched

Tto Par­lia­ment to tell it all to the se­lect com­mit­tee and it was where it tran­spired that one Amanda Hen­wood even told the com­mit­tee that when she went to pur­chase raw ma­te­rial at Waste Cen­tre in Manzini, she could not be sold any be­cause it was re­served for Min­is­ter Ndlovu.

Lo­ma­sontfo Motsa of Ludze­ludze told the same com­mit­tee that Trusty and Hlo­bisile hired women to make the tind­lamu for them and she of­ten met the pair in the shops around town pur­chas­ing tind­lamu raw ma­te­ri­als.

One Thandi Nh­la­batsi of Mahlanya took her daugh­ter’s Ju­nior Cer­tifi­cate ex­am­i­na­tion fees

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