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Kombi driver’s body found 20km from bridge

Army roped in to help police as search for more bodies intensifies following spine-chilling accident which saw a fully-loaded kombi swept away by a flooded river at Mgazini on Monday

SSA, EU irrigation scheduling research project capacitates smallholder farmers

THE irrigation scheduling research project implemented by the Swaziland Sugar Association (SSA) and funded by European Union (EU) will increase sugarcane yields for smallholder farmers through improvements in irrigation scheduling....
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Spinach & Popeye roped in for Itallo launch

Comedy and Jazz music have been merged into one programme during the much awaited launch of Itallo Dlamini’s latest offering titled, ‘Organic Passion’ to ensure a wholesome experience!...
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‘Sputla’ now linked with RSSC United

RED Lions’ Head of Development Mlamuli ‘Sputla’ Zwane is now being linked with a possible move to sugar-belt based side RSSC United....
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Land Board evicts residents at Bhadzeni I, Luyengo

THE Land Management Board (LMB) has ordered an undisclosed number of homesteads at Bhadzeni I and Luyengo under the Manzini region to move within six months or face demolition....
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Taiwan presents E27m to govt for four projects

THE government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) has presented government with cheques amounting to approximately E27.4 million (US$2 370 134) for four projects....
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Tex Ray’s promise to retrenched workers

TEX Ray Swaziland (PTY) Limited has undertaken to give first preference to its retrenched employees in the event it becomes operational within 12 months from the signature date....
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Galp customers’ cars filled up with water-mixed fuel

FURIOUS motorists on Tuesday had to leave their vehicles at Galp Filling Station in Mbabane after they developed faults following being filled up with fuel contaminated by water. ...
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Govt blames SA farmers for Mawelawela flooding

The ministry of public works and transport’s engineers say the Mawelawela Bridge where over 10 people have died after the kombi they were travelling in on Tuesday was swept by floods is too old....
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Works minister shown deplorable roads in Shiselweni

SO pathetic are the roads in areas around Shiselweni I constituency such that at times sick people die along the way to hospital....
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Fears as measles outbreak hits SA

THERE are concerns and fears as neighbouring South Africa has reported a measles outbreak that has been picked up in seven of the provinces. ...
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DAY 2 - SEARCH GOES ON AT Mawelawela river

DAY 2 - SEARCH GOES ON AT Mawelawela river...
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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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Mugabe blunders over Mujuru

The fact that a by-election was not called in terms of Section 158(3) of the Constitution means there was a breach of the Constitution. The President is supposed to call elections in terms of Section 110 of the Constitution....
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Was massacre in revenge for Malala’s Nobel Prize?

...children forced to watch their teacher being burnt alive as terrorists murder 132 children...
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