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PARTNERS: National Commissioner of Police Isaac Magagula with the Prime Minister Sibusiso Dlamini on arrival.

Rape, murder, fraud stats high - Isaac

Rape, murder and fraud accompanied by commercial crimes continue to give members of the Royal Swaziland Police Service (RSPS) a headache in the country. Murder and fraud and commercial crimes in particular have shown an increase of 13 percent and 25 percent respectively with fraudulent transactions amounting to E38.7 million.
 
 
 
 

Lyrikal Busta

Having grown up in the Msunduza location in Mbabane, Thandolwethu Masuku’s life was not as harsh as it usually is for some children living there. ...
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This has been year of growth for cycling – du Pont

VELO Cycling eSwatini’s Carol du Pont believes this has been a year of growth for cycling in Swaziland. ...
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Splitting church fights over badges

A major split in the Apostolic Faith Church has resulted in of one of the six pastors seeking the High Court Court’s intervention ahead of the Christmas Church Services next Thurday. ...
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Ed’s mom was indispensable

Coordinating Assembly of Non governmental Organisation (CANGO) has applauded Chairperson of the FANRPARN Swaziland steering committee Innocentia Thwala for the role she played in shaping the organisation. ...
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MISA Christmas message: Think about Bheki, Thulani

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) has urged Swazis to spare a thought for the families of incarcerated The Nation Magazine Editor Bheki Makhubu and Human Rights lawyer Thulani Maseko during the festive season....
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Human Rights Day: Langa, last Poqo guerilla fighter whoremained behind

Ambrose Langa Simelane is the last of the guerilla fighters of South Africa’s Pan African Congress who preferred to remain behind because of his Swazi roots. He is known to peers as owner of Mkhiweni Bar and Buya Bottle Store where freedom fighters fought ideological battles after having one too many. ...
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SCCCO accuses Musa Hlophe of interference

Stinging accusations of interference and sabotage on the work of the Swaziland Coalition of Concerned Civic Organisations (SCCCO) have been levelled against its founder Musa Hlophe. ...
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AGOA TALKS: Workers feel left out

The passing of the Industrial Relations Act into law has given credence to government’s claims that it (Govt) has finally met the requirements for re-inclusion into the list of countries benefitting from the Africa Growth Opportunity Acct (AGOA). ...
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MP Veli, Sen. Ndileka cry

Ngwempisi Member of Parliament Veli Shongwe and former Senator Ndileka could not hold their tears yesterday during the prayer held for the 13 people who died tragically this week at Mawelawela river....
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Correctional Services end of year function

Correctional Services end of year function which was held at His Majesty's Correctional Services in Matsapha yesterday....
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Correctional newly promoted chief officers trained on leadership

Commissioner General of His Majesty’s Correctional Services Isaiah Mzuthini Ntshangase has an ambition to have competent and effective officers for his department and thus is equipping them with education, saying this was very key for the service and their future....
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AHF praised for expanding ART services to Mbabane

Minister of Health Sibongile Ndlela-Simelane has praised the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) for responding to the challenge by the prime minister during World AIDS Day to do what it takes to realise the country’s collective vision of an AIDS-free generation by expanding areas of services access....
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