Inquest opened for eSwatini Police Commissioner’s death

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Police at the O.R. Tambo International Airport have opened an inquest to determine the cause of death of eSwatini Police Commissioner, William Dlamini.

The Police Commissioner was on his way home from Angola, where he attended the 26th Interpol African Regional Conference when he collapsed and died.

Both the family and the delegation that accompanied the Commissioner on his official trip have received psychosocial assistance.

SA Police Commissioner Fannie Masemola has sent his condolences to the Royal Eswatini Police Service and Dlamini’s family.

National Police Spokesperson, Athlenda Mathe, “Our sincerest condolences to the Royal Eswatini Police Service and the family of the late Commissioner. Commissioner Dlamini was a humble and dedicated to the cause of serving. He was always available to discuss collaboration in preventing and combating cross-border crime in the SADC region. The SAPS is providing the necessary support in line with its expertise through its Interpol office. ORTIA Police have also registered an inquest docket to determine the cause of death.”

Eswatini Police Commissioner William Dlamini’s body left O.R. Tambo Airport: