King Mswati’s mother, Queen Ntombi Tfwala, secretly airlifted to a South African hospital again amid shortage of drugs in eSwatini KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, May 20, 2022

King Mswati’s mother, Queen Ntombi Tfwala, secretly airlifted to a South African hospital again amid shortage of drugs in eSwatini

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that King Mswati’s mother Queen Ntombi Tfwala was on Sunday secretly airlifted to NetCare hospital in South Africa. (Read More Here).

Documents in our possession including immigration records and or diplomatic passport details of the Queen suggest that she left the country via King Mswati International Airport(Sikhuphe) on or around the 15th May 2022 at 1442hours.
Several attempts to reach Lusendvo Fakudze, the Ludzidzini Palace Governor proved unsuccessful at the time of compiling this report.

A royal insider told this publication on Sunday that the Queen would be leaving the country for medical treatment in South Africa.

”She is leaving to South Africa, I am giving you a tip-off, then you will conduct your own verification,” said the royal insider who escorts the Queen.

But a South African journalist who contacted this editor on Wednesday said she received information that the Queen was already in South African but said she was still verifying and gathering more information.

“The Swazi Queen is this side, I went to hospital and found Swazi security officers.I was advised to contact you so we can share the information.What you get that side, share with me and I will share with you so we can break the story”, said the top South African journalist.

Reached for comments, Lioness Sibande of the United Eswatini Diaspora(UED) confirmed that they received information that the Swazi Queen was admitted at NetCare hospital.

“We are currently writing letters to the NetCare hospital asking them to refrain from admitting members of the royal family if they want us to stop protesting outside their health institution”,she said.

An email enquiring about the admission of the Swazi Queeen was sent to the NetCare Hospital, however, no response had been received at the time of compiling this report.

Speaking to this Swaziland News earlier, Welcome Mdluli, the President of the Swaziland Democratic Nurses Union(SWADNU) said the authorities of the country preferred crossing the border to other countries like South Africa for medical treatment because they had destroyed the country’s health system.

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