Mangoye Ka Dlamini ealier today before leaving Egypt said : "The
situation in Japan is devastating and very sad, we pass our
condolences to the Japanise people. Hopefully the nuclear crisis will
be resolved soon. May the deceased rest in peace" Mangoye was meant to
meet the imperial council of Japan early next month but with the
latest developments he is waiting for advise from the emperor's.
He left Cairo early today after having visited three Egyptian cities
which were the protest stage in the ousting of the former president
Hosni Mubarack. Mangoye refused to meet with the Deputy President Omar
Suleiman saying he was not there to seek allience but to view the
reforms taking place.
"All will be well soon" said Mangoye.
Forward Ever Backward Never
Sir Shephard Dube