Eswatini Daily News

By Sibusiso Masilela

The Manzini Wanderers protest case of Denver Sundowns defender Jimoh Moses has been further postponed.

This comes after the two main parties Wanderers and Sundowns reached a consensus to have Chief Immigration Officer (Mthokosizi Dlamini) testify on the matter after arguments of the urgent applications filed by Wanderers on Tuesday before Judge Bonginkhosi Magagula.

Manzini Wanderers’ players looking dejected in this undated photo.

Judge Magagula issued the order in a brief hearing held at the High Court on Wednesday to stop the protest which was scheduled to take place on Wednesday at Sigwaca House to allow the witness to have enough time to prepare for the matter.

Read more: Thursday is D-Day in Wanderers/Sundowns protest case

Premier League of Eswatini Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kenneth Makhanya also confirmed the latest update upon receiving the court through a press statement.

“Please be informed that the DC Hearing set for 5:30 pm today (Wednesday, 12 June 2024) has been adjourned to enable the Chief Immigration Officer to be served with the Court Order granted at 15:00 today to attend as a witness at the DC Hearing at a date still to be confirmed,” Makhanya said.



The ‘Weslians’ are currently accusing Sundowns of fielding a defaulter in Jimoh Moses whom they are claiming that he was not having a work permit during their last match of the 2023/24 MTN premier league match which ended 3-1 in favour of Sundowns at the Somhlolo National Stadium on May 19, 2024.

The result relegated Wanderers to the National First Division together with Sundowns.

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