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A 34-member Southern African Development Community (SADC) election observer mission has arrived in eSwatini to observe the second round of polls set for Friday. The SADC delegation, which is drawn from 10 countries, is headed by Zambian lawmaker Highvie Hamududu and arrived in Mbabane on Sunday.
Hamududu said they would be looking at the ongoing campaign process and the actual voting set to take place on 21 September.
“We will also monitor the counting process after which we will compile a comprehensive report to submit on September 23,” the team leader said.
Over 1,000 candidates are contesting for 59 House of Assembly seats and 59 positions for constituency headmen.
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