Minister for Health Mfomfo Nkambule of Swaziland

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T he Swazi Observer reported April 13 that during the launch of the Accelerating Access to HIV Prevention Initiative, the Minister of Health and Social Welfare Mfomfo Nkambule said the country needs to double its efforts in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
Significantly, Nkambule had not been elected to the House of Assembly by popular vote.
Nkambule was up against Fanourakis' well-financed campaign, but his record of taking on government found favour with voters.
Nkambule had been one of Mswati's MPs - appointed to look after royal interests - but he reportedly angered ministers with his probing questions during parliamentary debates.
Nkambule said the officers also informed him that as much as the country had a new constitution, there were still laws that could be used against him which were enacted before independence and such actions would have serious consequences for Nkambule.
An investigation was pending at year's end into allegations of government corruption in the procurement of medicine, and MP Mfomfo Nkambule was under investigation for corruption relating to the employment contract of the CEO of the Swaziland Electricity Board while Nkambule was Minister of Natural Resources and Energy.