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Inyatsi Construction ‘hides’ heavy machinery at Police Station amid arson attacks.

Tuesday, 26th July, 2022

SITEKI: Inyatsi Construction, a royal-linked company is now keeping its heavy machinery at the Siteki Police Station amid arson attacks.

This comes after the pro-democracy Swaziland International Solidarity Forces (SISF)allegedly burnt the company's multimillion equipment in a series of arson attacks. 

Derrick Shiba, the Managing Director(MD)  of Inyatsi Construction had not responded to our questions at the time of compiling this report. 

This Swaziland News is in possession of photographic evidence of the company's heavy machinery parked at the police station.

A resident who spoke to this publication and preferred to remain anonymous said the machinery which was used in the rehabilitation of the Good Shepherd Hospital road was moved from the site office about two weeks ago amid the security threats. 

"The machinery has been kept at the police station for the past two weeks, it was moved from the site office which was next to the new Bus Rank and we believe it was due to the ongoing arson attacks", said the resident. 

Phindile Vilakati, the eSwatini Police Spokesperson had not responded to our questionnaire at the time of compiling this report. 

Reached for comments, Pius Vilakati, the Spokesperson of the Communist Party of Swaziland(CPS)said such capitalists needed to understand that neither the police nor the army will protect them at this stage of the revolution. 

"Their problems will not be solved by placing their machinery in the police stations.The only thing that can save them from all their troubles is contribution to the struggle for democracy. As long as they continue to stand with the oppressive Monarchy,they can never be safe”, said the CPS Spokesperson.



Inyatsi Construction ‘hides’ heavy machinery at Police Station amid arson attacks.
Inyatsi Construction ‘hides’ heavy machinery at Police Station amid arson attacks.