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SA man wants E450 000 from MP for adultery

We are instructed by our client Mr. Thabo Kgatla to demand as we hereby do, a sum of E450 000 in respect of damages and interference with our client consortium, for extra marital affairs and damaging our client’s matrimonial relationship with Welile Nomfundo Ndzinisa
 
 
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PM to join SA economist in JA year end fundraiser

PRIME Minister Sibusiso Dlamini will next Friday grace the Junior Achievement (JA) Swaziland’s end of year fund raiser event....
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MTN Swaziland gives away Joyous Rewind tickets

Eight lucky winners walked away with tickets to the MTN Joyous Celebration Rewind show on December 6 at the Mavuso Trade and Exhibition Centre....
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PLS urges Black Swallows boss Charles to step down

THE Premier League of Swaziland (PLS) has ordered Black Swallows FC boss Charles Matsebula to step down from his position in the team. ...
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No sex here, Mzuthini warns trainees

We will not tolerate a situation where some of cannot cope with their studies because they have embarked on other activities which will divert their mindset...
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Eveni, Pine Valley no go areas for criminals

WITH the highest number of break-ins, Eveni residents have formed a neighbourhood watch scheme, which is meant to fight crime in the area....
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Gelane squares up with the Times today

THE Supreme Court will today hear an appeal brought by The Times of Swaziland Group of Newspapers against acting Chief of KoNtshingila area Gelane Simelane-Zwane who was awarded E550 000 by the High Court for defamation....
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Govt on mission to bring back Swazi doctors

GOVERNMENT is on a mission to attract Swazi doctors who left for training back into the country, Minister of Health Sibongile Simelane has said....
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Logoba folk have to bear with road flooding

Each rainy season, residents of Logoba have to bear flooding from water that runs of the Manzini-Mbabane highway which does not have proper drainage system from Mhlaleni. ...
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We view your submissions seriously - Task team chair

PRINCIPALS from Shiselweni schools were informed that the submissions that they made to the task team established to look into some problems affecting schools countrywide would be put to good use. ...
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Govt adds four new courses to priority list

GOVERNMENT has reviewed the list of priority programmes that benefit from the pre-service tertiary education scholarships for study in tertiary institutions in and out of the country. ...
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MTN Joyous Celebration Rewind show lucky winners

MTN Joyous Celebration Rewind show lucky winners...
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Network on Early Childhood Development Launched

A new network for Early Childhood Development has been established and was launched during a dinner last night....
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Save the children take stock in celebrating CRC at 25

IN celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), Save the Children has committed to highlight achievements in realising children’s rights as outlined in the CRC over the last 25 years, point to gaps that need to be addressed, and to raise the organisation’s visibility....
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Transgender dad breastfeeds

...so he can breastfeed using special tube...
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Irate Tsvangirai hits out at SA

Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai condemned the South African government for trying to keep secret a damning report on the 2002 election he lost to Robert Mugabe, which found that the vote was neither free nor fair....
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