KASHEWULA: United Eswatini Diaspora paid bail for four(4) kaShewula students who were arrested and charged for allegedly burning a police post.
The students were released on fifteen(15) thousand bail(R15,000.00) each of which three thousand(R3,000.00) was to be paid cash and twelve thousand(R12,000.00) surety.
Reached for comments, Nandipha Dlamini, United Eswatini Diaspora Humanitarian officer confirmed that the organization bailed out the students.
“We would like to thank the members of the public who contributed in paying the bail of the students who were accused of burning the police post”, she said.
The students were arrested in the midst of the political unrest where students protested demanding democratic reforms and the release of pro-democracy Members of Parliament(MPs) Bacede Mabuza and Mthandeni Dube who were arrested after an order was issued by King Mswati.
United Eswatini Diaspora pays bail for kaShewula students