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LOBAMBA – He is gone but not forgotten. Mbabane Swallows are selling special Victor Gamedze replicas in memory of their dearly departed boss who was brutally killed on Sunday January14, 2018 just before 7pm.

The replicas are inscribed ‘Rest in peace VG’ on the front and were selling like hot cakes during Sunday’s Ingwenyama Cup semi-final matches at Somhlolo National Stadium. Each shirt costs E400 and came across the sides three playing colours; red, white and navy blue.
“As an opening stock, we had 600 shirts at the stadium which are in special memory of our late chairman.

The stock is limited and we encourage our supporters to support,” said Swallows General Manager Sandile ‘Beyond 2000’ Zwane.
This means that Swallows are expected to make at least E240 000 from their opening stock.

Swallows brushed aside National First Division outfit Mbabane Citizens, whacking them 3-0 to set a final date with Royal Leopard who squeezed past Young Buffaloes, courtesy of a Bonginkosi ‘Manyovu’ Dlamini strike.

Gamedze’s tragic death has hogged headlines in local and international media, with police working tirelessly to solve the matter. The business mogul registered Swallows as one of his string of companies in December 2016, winning a bucketful of trophies in his close to two decades as team boss.
According to the Swaziland Companies Act No 8 of 2009, Gamedze is the sole owner of the club.

A letter written by the Registrar General’s office and in possession of the Sports Desk, informed the director of Mbabane Swallows Football Club (Proprietary) Limited has been registered and incorporated in terms of the Swaziland Companies Act no 8 of 2009 as from December 20, 2016 under certificate of Incorporation No. 2592 of 2016.

The former Premier League of Swaziland (PLS) Chairman and FA vice president is survived by his wife, Princess Lungile and four children: Ngeti, Tiyandza, Tema and Gift, who are his expected beneficiaries.

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