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SNAT SECRETARY GENERAL LOT VILAKATI:Numbers at Extraordinary General Meeting, a clear indication that members are ready to defend their President.

Saturday, 16th September, 2023

MANZINI:Lot Vilakati, the Secretary General (SG) of the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) says, the hundreds of teachers who attended the Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) is a clear indication that, they are ready to defend their President Mbongwa Dlamini and the union.

Speaking to this Swaziland News on Saturday morning, Vilakati further said,as the National Executive Committee (NEC) they will continue to stand with their dismissed President.

Mbongwa Dlamini, the SNAT President, was dismissed by the Teaching Service Commission(TSC) for alleged absenteeism, he was persecuted for representing teachers.

"The hundreds of teachers who attended the Extraordinary General Meeting is a clear indication that they are ready to defend their President and Union. As the leadership as well, we will continue to stand by our President all the way. We also applaud the media for always covering our struggles as teachers," said the SNAT Secretary General. 

Hundreds of teachers convened at the SNAT Centre in Manzini on Friday to deliberate on a way forward regarding the dismissal of their President Mbongwa Ernest Dlamini, among other issues.


SNAT SECRETARY GENERAL LOT VILAKATI:Numbers at Extraordinary General Meeting, a clear indication that members are ready to defend their President.
SNAT President Mbongwa Dlamini being lifted-up by teachers.