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Royal Science and Technology Park employee Senzo Dlamini threatens to shoot SNAT President for calling for democracy.

Sunday, 12th September, 2021

MBABANE: Senzo Dlamini, an employee of the Royal Science and Technology Park (RSTP) allegedly threatened to shoot and kill teachers union's President Mbongwa Dlamini for calling for democracy.

Reached for comments, Mbongwa Dlamini confirmed receiving death threats from Senzo Dlamini, a former Times of Swaziland journalist.

“He first claimed to be a soldier when he threatened to kill me and I later gathered that he was a journalist of the Times. Whenever there is a story in the media where I was quoted calling for democracy, he would attack me even in our Manzini Wanderers WhatsApp group”, said the SNAT President .

It has been disclosed that Senzo Dlamini, whose home is situated at Elangeni was using his cell phone number 76070050 when he attacked the teachers union President.

When this publication tried to reach Senzo Dlamini for a comment, he answered the call and kept quiet for a moment after learning that it was this journalist who was calling him. He later posted on the Manzini  Wanderers WhatsApp group saying there were people who reported him to Zwemart.

A senior official at the Royal Science and Technology Park  (RSTP) who spoke on condition of anonymity confirmed that Dlamini was their employee adding that he was worried about his conduct.

“You see now, because of his conduct this story will put our company on the spotlight. There is a political tension in this country these days and you don’t just speak anyhow, people are angry”, said the senior Manager at the  RSTP

Senzo Dlamini lost Parliamentary elections two times under Lobamba Inkhundla, he was later employed by the Science and Technology Park situated at Nokwane Matsapha.

  Royal Science and Technology Park employee Senzo Dlamini threatens to shoot SNAT President for calling for democracy.
Science and Technology Park employee Senzo Dlamini