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HAPPY MAN: Malawian coach Charles Manda

Manda gets revenge over Wanderers

SOCCER - Malawian coach Charles Manda got his revenge over Manzini Wanderers as his Malanti Chiefs won 2-0 in an MTN league match played last night at the Somhlolo National Stadium.
 
 
 
 

Synchronized Band moves from strength to strength

It has been a while now since the Synchronized Band emerged onto the music scene. ...
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The rejected stone has won - Manda

Victorious Malanti Chiefs coach Charles Manda refused to name his win over Manzini Wanderers yesterday as sweet but rather said the rejected stone had become a cup stone. ...
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SIDC sues Nkonyeni Farms for E16m

The Swaziland Industrial Development Company Limited (SIDC) has taken Nkonyeni Farms (PTY) Limited to the High Court for liquidation to recover a debt amounting to E16 million. ...
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Family in wrangle over E7M estate

The family of the late former Lobamba Lomdzala Indvuna (Headman) Joseph Khalalemphi Mndzebele, who passed away on November 3, 2007 and was survived by five wives and 37 children, is engaged in a bitter wrangle over his estate worth around E7 million. ...
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Council in ‘spoiling spree’, employees smell a rat

Employees of the municipal council of Manzini are suspicious of recent generous offers by management, especially a financed trip to Durban whereby cleaners were each given E2 000 pocket money, a sum they never laid their hands on before. ...
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Mario, Maxwell back in jail once more

PUDEMO President Mario Masuku and SWAYOCO Secretary General Maxwell Dlamini, who are facing terrorism related charges were yesterday remanded back into custody....
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SANU working towards self

Southern Africa Nazarene University (SANU) Vice Chancellor Winnie Nhlengetfwa says the Church of the Nazarene will always be indebted to the contribution that is injected by His Majesty’s government to the university. ...
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Umsebe Accord commemoration starts on high note

Minister of Housing and Urban Development Phiwayinkhosi Mabuza has called upon the four cities involved in the Umsebe Accord to support this great initiative. ...
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Shoplifters beating all odds

Shoplifters, like commercial sex workers, continue to make a living in their trade and getting more sophisticated as technology and other anti theft techniques develop. ...
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Lesotho King leaves

His Majesty King Mswati III on Thursday night hosted behind closed door talks with his counterpart from Lesotho, King Letsie III. The discussions were on issues of mutual interest between the two kingdoms and the region. The Lesotho King, who jetted out of the country through the KMIII International Airport yesterday, was in the country for a one day official working visit, confirmed King’s Office Chief Officer Dr Vincent Mhlanga in a press statement yesterday. “His Majesty was met at the KMIII International Airport by His Excellency the Prime Minister Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini, Cabinet Ministers, government officials and other state dignitaries. In the evening, King Letsie III had an audience with His Majesty King Mswati III where they discussed behind closed doors issues of mutual interest between the two kingdoms and the region,” read the statement. Dr Mhlanga further pointed out that the Kingdom of Swaziland has a warm and cordial relationship with that of Lesotho. Meanwhile, on 30 August 2014, the Prime Minister of Lesotho, Tom Thabane, alleged that a coup d'état had been launched against him. This followed a previous allegation that caused him to suspend parliament over possible extra-constitutional manoeuvres. It also followed pressure from South Africa to maintain the democratic process. The next day, the Deputy Prime Minister, Mothetjoa Metsing, assumed responsibility for running the government. As a result of South African-led Southern African Development Community (SADC) mediation, an early election is scheduled for February 2015. ...
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