Eswa­tini has lost sig­nif­i­cant as­set - For­mer ICT min­is­ter

Swazi Observer - - NATIONAL NEWS -

FOR­MER Min­is­ter of In­for­ma­tion Com­mu­ni­ca­tion and Tech­nol­ogy Du­misani Nd­langa­mandla says the coun­try has lost a sig­nif­i­cant as­set.

He said the PS was a very knowl­edge­able man who had no is­sues shar­ing that knowl­edge with other peo­ple sur­round­ing him. Nd­langa­mandla worked with Dlamini from 2013 when he was sworn into of­fice as a min­is­ter till March 2017 when the PS re­tired.

“We are so pained and shocked about the un­timely death of the PS.

He has ded­i­cat­edly worked for Eswa­tini and we were look­ing for­ward to him be­ing used as a knowl­edge cen­tre by the newly ap­pointed Cab­i­net min­is­ters,” Nd­langa­mandla said, adding that Dlamini ori­ented him and showed him all the note­wor­thy as­pects of the min­istry.

He said Dlamini, be­ing the no­ble man that he was, would have loved to be of as­sis­tance with in­for­ma­tion wher­ever he can whether by the min­is­ters or roy­alty.

IN PAIN: This was the sit­u­a­tion at the late for­mer PS Sikelela Dlamini's home­stead in Hlane as fam­ily mem­bers gath­ered to mourn soon after the news started spread­ing.

BY THE GATE: A po­lice ve­hi­cle parked by the en­trance mon­i­tor­ing the home while a ve­hi­cle from the army ap­proaches Dlamini's gate.

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