MBABANE: Bheki Mabuza, a brother to arrested pro-democracy MP Mduduzi Bacede Mabuza has donated two hundred thousand(R200,000.00) to victims who were forced into disability in the midst of the political unrest.
This comes after the shooting and killing of civilians by King Mswati’s forces for demanding democratic reforms, Government later allocated about R1billion for the re-construction of destroyed structures without providing reasonable compensation for the victims.
The donation was announced by MP Bacede Mabuza’s South African Correspondent Attorney Sicelo Mngomezulu on behalf of Bheki Mabuza and his Mabuza brothers, the lawyer was speaking on Sunday during MP Magawugawu’s Family Meeting program hosted on this Swaziland News.
“We would like to announce the sum of R200,000.00 as per the pledge that was announced by Bheki Mabuza during a press conference. We know this money might not be enough to assist those affected but it makes a difference”, said the Attorney.
Lawyer Mngomezulu advised the victims who might need medical assistance, wheelchairs and crutches among others to contact FODSWA, an organization of the disabled people in eSwatini.
MP Bacede Mabuza’s brother Bheki Mabuza told journalists during a press conference that as the Mabuza’s family, they were deeply touched and concerned about the current situation in the country.
Bheki Mabuza is also a brother to Agriculture Minister Jabulani Mabuza.
MP Mduduzi Bacede Mabuza who was leading the calls for democratic reforms in Parliament was arrested with Ngwempisi MP Mthandeni Dube as per an order allegedly issued by King Mswati, Judge Mumcy Dlamini subsequently denied them bail.
MP Bacede Mabuza’s brother Bheki Mabuza.