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Banks strike stopped

IT will be business as usual for banks and financial institutions in the country as the proposed sympathy strike by the Swaziland Union of Financial Institution and Allied Workers (SUFIAW) has been called off. ...
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MP Titus’ fraud case resumes after 14 years

ZOMBODZE Emuva Member of Parliament Titus Thwala says he paid the Exams Council E20 000 for money owed in examination fees not because of any meeting or pressure from the then principal secretary in the ministry of education but did so willingly. ...
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Locked out SANU staff interrupts classes

PROTESTING Southern Africa Nazarene University staff (SANU) non-academic staff resorted to interrupting classes as the institution’s management lived up to its promise of locking them out yesterday....
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72 abuse cases reported to SWAGWAA in July

A total of 72 abuse cases were reported to the Swaziland Action Group Against Abuse (SWAGAA) in the month of July. ...
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Children most affected by domestic tragedies - DPM

DEPUTY Prime Minister Paul Dlamini has noted with concern that children seem to be the most affected by domestic tragedies which in most instances result in lives being lost....
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SADC needs more collaboration with private sector, academia - King

HIS Majesty King Mswati III and Chairperson of the 36th Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) said there is need to closely collaborate with the private sector as the engine of growth and other stakeholders such as think tanks and academia. ...
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