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ADDRESS: Prime Minister Sibusiso Dlamini speaking during a press conference on outbreak of diarrhoea in the country, where the reported that 36 children died while undergoing treatment. He also threw out the estates policy. (Pics: Lucky Simelane)

PM throws out widow’s policy

The no nonsense head of government said the policy was not constitutional and that it was only parliament that had the authority to make such policies on any legislation
 
 
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Over E350m unclaimed from insurance, pension fund in 2013

OVER E350 million was not claimed by insurance and pension fund policy holders last year....
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Nokuthula Mbatha focuses energies on Miss Deaf Africa

...after relinquishing involvement with local pageant...
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Ngoma challenges ‘Rubber’ to speak the truth about SPTC debt

FORMER Mbabane Highlanders’ board of directors’ chairman Ngomuyayona Gamedze has told current Managing Director (MD) Bheki ‘Rubber’ Simelane in no uncertain terms to take responsibility of the team’s failure to qualify for the SwaziTelecom Charity Cup for the second year running....
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FIRED BONIFACE:

We kissed in office with HR officer...
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Uniswa lecturer’s contract not renewed, stuck in Gaza

A University of Swaziland lecturer who is stuck in Gaza has had her contract not renewed by the administration....
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Ministry appalled at growing teacher-pupil relationships

The ministry of education has condemned the increasing norm of teachers who involve themselves in sexually intimate relationships with pupils....
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Obama responds to YALI queries

US President Barack Obama met with young African leaders in Washington DC where nine young people under the age of 35 represented Swaziland....
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Monster Uncle’s I don’t care attitude

The Monster uncle, who allegedly raped, hacked and buried alive his brother’s daughter declined to give his side of the story yesterday at the High Court....
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Europe concerned about Bheki, Thulani sentence

Europe has joined the world in calling for the country’s authorities to act on the recent two-year-sentencing of The Nation Magazine Editor Bheki Makhubu and Human Rights Lawyer Thulani Maseko....
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Jailed Thulani writes letter to Obama

JAILED human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko penned a letter to US President Barack Obama imploring the president and his allies to take a principled stand and apply pressure on the country...
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7th Annual Swaziland Careers Fair for High Schools Students

7th Annual Swaziland Careers Fair for High Schools Students...
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SMI, GALP boost for Sibebe survivor

SWAZILAND Meat Industries and Galp Swaziland yesterday made their contribution towards the annual Sibebe Survivor challenge which will be held on Sunday by donating bags and meat....
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RFM receives E1m funding from UNICEF

The agreement was signed by UNICEF Representative Rachel Odede and RFM CEO Beauty Makhubela at RFM conference room yesterday. ...
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Zuma attempts to intervene in Lesotho political stalemate

President Jacob Zuma is attempting to assist Lesotho return to normalcy....
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It’s about BEE-ing the best

The men and women who have got Ontario abuzz in annual Best Bee Beard competition...
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