MANZINI: The court case of Bafanabakhe Sacolo, the Secretary General of the Swaziland National Union of Students(SNUS), Siphosethu Mavimbela and three(3) other students was postponed to the 5th October 2021 by the Manzini Magistrate Court.
The students were arrested and charged during the memorial service of the late Thabani Nkomonye after the police fired teargas at protestors, in return the public reacted by vandalizing the Fairview Police Station.
The students who were granted E50,000.00 bail each have been in and out of court.
Speaking to this Swaziland News, Colani Maseko, the President of the Swaziland National Union of Students(SNUS) confirmed that the case was postponed on Thursday, he described the judiciary as a disgrace.
“As we have always said, the judiciary system under Mswati's leadership is a disgrace. The only hope for students and the entire Swazi people is democracy where we will elect a government that will champion the interest of the people not the interest of the biggest looter Mswati”,he said.
Students Union President attended the court case in support of the students.