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GONE TOO SOON: The late Buyisizwe Dlamini popularly known as Umbutfo Spontji.

Soldier killed in truck is Qethuka’s brother

THE two soldiers who died in a tragic accident at Mehlwabovu on Tuesday have been identified.
 
 

BOUNTIFUL MAIZE HARVEST TO RESULT IN CHICKEN PRICE SLUMP

FOLLOWING the highly anticipated bountiful maize harvest, the price of chicken is expected to decline after recording an upward trajectory in the better part of last year....
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MTN Bushfire partners with Trace Africa

MTN BUSHFIRE 2017 has partnered with the leaders of African video music, TRACE AFRICA as the official media partner for the festival. ...
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E40 for SwaziBank Cup finals

SOCCER – THE much anticipated mouth-watering SwaziBank Cup finals pitting Matsapha United against Young Buffaloes will cost football lovers E40....
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WHO pilots new malaria vaccine

THE World Health Organisation (WHO) is piloting the new malaria vaccine in some African countries. ...
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KMIII flights not affected by SAA cabin crew strike

King Mswati III International Airport (KMIII) flights were not affected by the South Africa Airways (SAA) cabin crew strike as it was the case with other airports in Africa and internationally. ...
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Thandi Maziya’s company taken to court for E1m debt

A company belonging to businesswoman Thandi Maziya has been taken to court over a close to E1 million suit by Crane Feeds....
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Revived MPs hope to influence sensible budget for the country

Members of Parliament (MPs) hope to influence a sensible budget for the country from now onwards....
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Distraught mother of rebellious teenager contemplates suicide

The mother of a rebellious 17-year-old teenage girl who refuses to leave her 37-year-old live-in ‘sugar daddy’ and go back to school says the pain of watching her child waste her life away will lead to her committing suicide owing to a heavy heart....
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Rhino horns suspects face 47 years in jail

THE two Taiwanese men who were nabbed with rhino horns at KM III International Airport may find themselves having to spend a maximum of 47 years in a correctional facility if found guilty of the three charges they are facing....
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Christian University classes suspended

Classes at the Swaziland Christian University were yesterday morning suspended....
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