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GOOD NEWS: Minister of Education Dr Phineas Magagula.

Top-up fees officially back

The speculation and suspense is finally over as the Minister of Education Dr Phineas Magagula has revealed that primary schools will now be allowed to charge the controversial top-up fees.
 
 

FESBC calls for further development of financial markets

THE Federation of the Swazi Business Community (FESBC) has called upon government to further develop the financial markets in order to attract more private sector investments locally, regionally and globally....
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The scientists maintain SBIS top spot for three weeks

THE Scientists, a house music duos have enjoyed the number one spot on the SBIS Top 20 Charts for three weeks in a row....
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Directors taking us for a ride - Wanderers task team

SOCCER – THE Manzini Wanderers task team has come out with guns blazing following a statement by the team denying knowledge of this structure....
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Alleged killer pastor/teacher to know bail fate Wednesday

Murder suspect Themba Masimula will know his bail application fate next Wednesday....
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Pupils must be beaten - MPs

The ministry of education portfolio committee in the House of Assembly has moved that the ministry suspends positive discipline for corporal punishment. ...
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MPs recommend freezing of Religious Education

The ministry of education is not ready to roll out the newly introduced Religious Education in schools. ...
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SD determined to improve air safety – Minister Lindiwe

MINISTER of Public Works and Transport Lindiwe Dlamini said Swaziland’s civil aviation is determined to improve as far as it is practicable. ...
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AG REPLACEMENT WANTED

MINISTER of Finance Martin Dlamini has started looking for a replacement of the current Auditor General (AG) Phestecia Nxumalo....
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Budget addresses king’s priority areas - Minister

AMID unremitting qualms concerning the 2017/18 National Budget, Minister of Finance Martin Dlamini insists that the budget tackled the priority areas underscored by His Majesty King Mswati III during his 2017 Speech from the Throne....
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