There is a visible need for God to intervene in changing the conduct of youths at Mhlume compound. Mhlume is located in the eastern side of the country, an area dedicated to sugarcane farming and sugar processing. Sugarcane farming and processing has been termed the Swazi gold because it contributes a sizeable percentage to the economy of the country.
The one-on-one method of evangelism has proven to my source that most of the youth think that life is about living anyhow and nobody should really care about that. Unlike in the northern parts of the country such as Mbabane where people tend to be knowledgeable about Christianity, when you evangelise to someone at Mhlume they most likely would be puzzled at your story because it is hardly heard of. “You would swear that people have never heard about the Gospel of Jesus Christ by the way they conduct themselves at Mhlume” a friend said in a telephonic conversation on Tuesday 12th December 2015.
On 15th February 2015, Mr. Makhabane honored an event in Swaziland where the Evangelical Church from Mbabane hosted a retirement party for Reverend S.M. Jele. Reverend Jele has pastored this church for 29 years and was now retiring from the formal responsibility of pastoring the church.
Mr. Makhabane confirmed his health position as being stable. He confessed that he needed more time to rest not only to support his health but also because he was scheduled to minister in Durban later that very day. It could not be established whether this was his first performance after the the accident or not.