Swazi Epic Mod­els tak­ing Swazi Jive to court

Swazi Observer - - ENTERTAINMENT - By Ayanda Dlamini

SWAZI Epic Mod­els Di­rec­tor Sa­belo Lau­rence Lukhele has de­cided to take Swazi Jive to court for al­legedly ow­ing the mod­el­ling agency E16 000. Ac­cord­ing to Lukhele, they were hired for the Hip­notik Fes­ti­val in July this year and they were promised to be paid af­ter the fes­ti­val but to date there hasn’t been any pay­ments made. Lukhele stated that when they ap­proached Swazi Jive af­ter the fes­ti­val, they were told that they would be paid af­ter Kwesta’s show which was held a few weeks ago, but to date they have not been paid.


Lukhele con­tacted the Swazi Jive of­fices but all his ef­forts were fu­tile as the Swazi Jive found­ing fa­ther could not be reached on his mo­bile phone. “We’ve tried even their of­fice num­ber and it’s no longer work­ing and they blocked our cell­phone num­bers as we have been try­ing to call them. “At least an ex­pla­na­tion would suf­fice so we know what is go­ing on but they haven’t said any­thing to us con­cern­ing our pay­ment. We’ve de­cided to take this mat­ter to court,” said a fu­ri­ous Lukhele. Lukhele is not the first one to have a gripe with Swazi Jive this year as an­other en­ter­tainer named Linda Dlamini took his frus­tra­tions on so­cial me­dia, and stated how Swazi Jive Di­rec­tor Sakhile Nkam­bule had fooled him. Dlamini, how­ever, re­quested not to go into de­tail when asked how Nkam­bule had fooled him. When this pub­li­ca­tion con­tacted Nkam­bule, his phone was en­gaged. The sta­ble’s PRO Nox­olo Nk­abinde said if Swazi Epic Mod­els take the mat­ter to court, then it meant they could not be in­volved, hence had no com­ment on this.

AC­CUSED: Swazi Jive Di­rec­tor Sakhile Nkam­bule.

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