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MBABANE – As Premier League returnees Mhlume Peacemakers roll up their sleeves, lawyer Martin ‘Internash’ Dlamini is said to have been appointed chief executive officer at the side.

Peacemakers are back in the Premier League after acquiring Matsapha United status recently. Impeccable sources told this publication about the appointment of Dlamini into the management committee. Worth mentioning is that Dlamini has hardly missed Peacemakers’ events since the transition over a week ago. He was present during the handover of the status at The George Hotel in Manzini and attended last Saturday’s mini launch at Hambanathi Hall in Mhlume. He was a lawyer for the old Mhlume United team that changed to Matsapha United in 2016. Team Chairman, Sibusiso ‘Scorpion’ Nxumalo could only confirm that the team’s proposed structure was submitted to the rest of directors for fine-tuning, and would only be released to the media on approval.

“I can’t confirm any name at this stage. Once the structure has been fine-tuned, it will be submitted to the Premier League office first before being released to the media,” was all Nxumalo could say. In the MC, which was leaked to this publication, Musa Matsebula is secretary, while former coach Bongani Nxumalo is assistant manager. The latter steered the team to the Lubombo Super League from the fourth division. Peacemakers are led by a consortium of former players. The structure is chaired by Nxumalo, who starred at ‘Bogandaganda’ during his heydays before he retired in 2000.

Lawyer Martin ‘Internash’ Dlamini preferred not to be dragged for comment on the matter, saying he was yet to get an official correspondence from the team.
Meanwhile, South Africa’s Jomo Cosmos are set to give some of their players to Peacemakers. The team has established a relationship with the South Africa’s National First Division side boss and coach Jomo Sono. “The players were expected to be released to us midweek, but instead they invited our coach to assess the players first.

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