"Your petitioner has learnt through bitter experience and in future shall not allow laxity to set in regarding his duties as an attorney. Further, your petitioner has no intention to set up practice on his own for the next five years but is intent on serving under the supervision of attorneys ".
In paragraph 14 of his petition he continues to aver as follows:
"In consequence upon all the facts stated above your petitioner humbly submits that he has rehabilitated and therefore now is a fit and proper person to be re-admitted as an attorney of this court."
He also annexed a certificate from the messenger of court in the District of Manzrni one Duncan Thring to the effect that he has known the petitioner for a period of over fifteen years and that recently the petitioner has assisted him in his duties and in his opinion he is a fit and proper person to be re-admitted as an attorney of the courts of Swaziland.
He further annexed an affidavit of Mr. Titus Mdumo Mlangeni who is a practising attorney of this court, who expresses the opinion that the petitioner is a fit and proper person to be re-admitted as an attorney of this court and that he certainly deserves a second chance.
Initially the petition was opposed by the Bar Council of the Law Society of Swaziland in an opposing affidavit by me then President of the Law Society of Swaziland. Various grounds were advanced for its opposition and for present purposes it is not necessary to consider them, as subsequently in an affidavit dated the 10th September 2003 by its current President Mr. S.M. Kubheka, the opposing affidavit was withdrawn. He further states in the said affidavit that the Bar Council of the Law Society of Swaziland has no objection to the re-admission of the petitioner as an attorney of the High Court of lk?. Kingdom of Swaziland.
The Attorney General has also filed his Certificate in terms of Section 30 of the Act signifying that he has no objection to the petitioner being rc-admittcd and enrolled as an attorney of this court subject to two conditions. Firstly, that the petitioner shall