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LEADERS: Law society executive (l-r) Zweli Shabangu, S’dumo Mdladla, Lucky Howe, Ben Simelane, Bongani Mdluli and Lucky Manyatsi.

Don’t accept Supreme Court Judges’ appointments -Lawyers

Following a decision by the country’s legal practitioners to boycott the Supreme Court until permanent judges are appointed, two weeks ago, the Law Society of Swaziland yesterday endorsed the withdrawal of legal services at the Supreme Court.
 
 
 
 

HMCS Choir… 39th Old Mutual champions not by chance

And there was His Majesty’s Correctional Services Choir....
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‘Rubber summons ‘Bull’ supporters

SOCCER – Mbabane Highlanders Managing Director Bheki ‘Rubber’ Simelane has summoned the team’s supporters to a meeting set for tomorrow....
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JSC in office illegally – Law Society

Although not delving much into the issue, Lawyers have also raised concern that the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) is in office illegally....
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KING AFFIRMS GOOD RELATIONS BETWEEN SD, SA

His Majesty King Mswati III, who is also the new Chairperson of Southern African Development Community (SADC), has stated that the country has good relations with the neighbouring South Africa, despite some disputing this....
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PM hails parents for building new classrooms

Prime Minister Sibusiso Dlamini has urged school administrators to ensure they use available resources wisely in developing schools. ...
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Gideon pleads innocence to voters

Estranged Commerce Industry and Trade Minister, who is also Mkhiweni Inkhundla Member of Parliament Gideon Dlamini, last week toured all three chiefdoms, namely Mbelebeleni, Dvokolwako and Kutsimeleni to allay fears of his cabinet situation where he is currently on ice....
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33 plots sold before official launch of BonAccord Estate

Ekhaya Properties has sold 33 plots before the official launch of the new BonAccord Estate....
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KING APPLAUDS AS IAN KHAMA DANCES AT CELEBRATIONS

This was the slogan for the 50th Independence Anniversary for the 2, 2 million Botswana citizens who pulled out all the stops to put on a spectacular showcase that got the country’s president dancing, literally....
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