Princess Sikhanyiso Dlamini of Swaziland (born September 1, 1987) is the eldest daughter of king Mswati III of Swaziland. She is one of his more than 24 children, and her mother is one of Mswati's 15 wives, Inkhosikati LaMbikiza (Sibonelo Mngometulu).
Ndumiso C. Mamba is a former minister of justice in Swaziland. He was a youth friend of king Mswati III. He became the minister of justice in October 2008. He resigned in August 2010 after being found in bed with Mswati Nothando Dube, the 12th wife of the king, in Royal Villas Hotel near Mbabane in July 2010. Mamba is probably under arrest at central prison in Big Bend. He is also accused of having spent too much on foreign journeys.
Vincent Ncongwane was born on 10 April 1962. He is the former secretary general of the Swaziland United Democratic Front, and the acting secretary general of the Swaziland Federation of Labour, and the Swaziland Union of Financial Institutions and Allied Workers, as well as being the secretary of the Labour Coordinating Council. He played a major role in the formation of the latter organisation - which is the coordinating body of the two national labour centres (Swaziland Federation of Labour and Swaziland Federation of Trade Unions) and the stand alone Swaziland National Teacher's Union.
Prince Mfanasibili of Swaziland is the son of Prince Makhosikhosi who was brother to King Sobhuza II. He was a cabinet minister during the reign of Sobhuza II and became a powerful member of the Liqoqo council during the subsequent regency (1983-1986). He orchestrated the removal of Queen Dzeliwe Shongwe as Regent after she was discovered to be involved in acts of high treason and saw that the Queen Mother Indlovukazi Ntombi la Tfwala replaced her. After Prince Makhosetive was installed on the throne, Mfanasibili was convicted of "defeating the ends of justice" in his actions during the regency and sentenced to seven years in prison. Mfanasibili was later given a royal pardon.
Prince Guduza Dlamini is the Speaker of the House of Assembly of Swaziland since being appointed in November 2006. He is a member of the House of Dlamini and the brother of Mswati III of Swaziland.
Barnes Dlamini is the president of the Swaziland Federation of Trade Unions (SFTU). Barnes was unanimously elected president at the SFTU congress in 2009, after having served at its vice president for four years. Barnes is also the president of the Swaziland United Democratic Front.
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