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SA Commission hell for parents, students

With more students opting to leave the country for neighbouring South Africa to pursue their education, means longer queues at the South African High Commission for study permits are a common sight....
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Nigeria, Senegal envoys here to deliver King’s special messages

PRIME Minister Dr Sibusiso Dlamini yesterday received special messages for His Majesty King Mswati III from Nigerian and Senegalese special envoys who are in the country....
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Govt ban of religions risky move - Human Rights experts

HUMAN rights experts have warned that the move by government to ban other religions in schools, allowing only Christianity to be taught from Grade One to Form Five, is a very risky one....
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Cabinet selects committee for Obed’s state funeral

Cabinet has selected a committee that will deal with funeral arrangements of the late former Prime Minister Obed Dlamini....
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TSC looking for 500 teachers

The Teaching Service Commission (TSC) intends to hire about 500 teachers in this current academic year....
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Joe to be laid to rest Sunday

WELL-KNOWN taxi driver Joseph Hlophe who succumbed to death last Friday will be laid to rest on Sunday. ...
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SENIOR Magistrate Phathaphatha Mdluli has been admitted at Mbabane Clinic after complaining of chest pains. ...
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