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REGIONAL LEADERS JET IN FOR EXTRAORDINARY SADC SUMMIT

Heads of States and Governments arrived in the country yesterday for the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Extraordinary Summit that will take place at Mandvulo Grand Hall today. ...
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MPs freeze PM’s E5.5 m

Members of Parliament (MPs) have frozen E5.5 million that was designated for the building of the Prime Minister Dr. Sibusiso Dlamini’s retirement house....
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PM to get 80 per cent of his salary in retirement

Prime Minister (PM) Dr. Sibusiso Dlamini and Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) Paul Dlamini will be paid 80 per cent of their respective salaries after vacating office....
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Human rights lawyer allegedly squanders client’s maintenance money

Human rights defender and political activist Mary Pais Da Silva has been reported to the Law Society of Swaziland for allegedly receiving and not remitting maintenance moneys due to a minor of one Khanyisile Mdluli of Makholweni in Manzini....
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Workers cry foul of being left out of turnaround strategy

Council employees under the Workers Union of Swaziland Town Councils (WUSTC), affiliated to Trade Union Congress (TUCOSWA), have complained to Chief Executive Officer Lungile Dlamini that they are being excluded from the operationalisation of the turnaround strategy. ...
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Establishment of Remuneration Council will save politicians - Bennett

Establishment of the independent Remuneration Council is already late as it is recommended by the Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC) that it can only review remuneration framework after Cabinet has been dissolved....
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PM justifies the construction of his house

Prime Minister Dr. Sibusiso Dlamini distances himself and his entire cabinet team from Finance Circular No. 2 of 2013 that requires the state to build him a house....
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Over E100 000 salary for De Jongh

SOCCER – Newly appointed Sihlangu Head Coach Peter De Jongh is said to have been offered an over E100 000 monthly salary by the National Football Association of Swaziland (NFAS)....
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Paint Somhlolo red and white, ‘Birds’ supporters urged

SOCCER - MBABANE Swallows National Supporters Committee (NSC) has urged the team’s supporters to paint the country’s Mecca red and white tomorrow. Swallows will take on Azam FC in the second leg of the CAF Confederation Cup at Somhlolo National Stadium....
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FA mourns death of Promising Stars player

SOCCER- The National Football Association of Swaziland (NFAS) has mourned the death of Lubombo Division B team Malindza Promising Stars player Phinda Ntuli....
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‘Buffs’ ladies team for JM Busha Women’s tournament

SOCCER-Young Buffaloes ladies team is in South Africa to participate in the JM Busha Women’s tournament which kicks off today at the Altrec Sports Complex in Alexandra, Johannesburg....
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‘Bull’s Mphucuko resumes training

SOCCER – After two month missing in action, Mbabane Highlanders winger Mphucuko ‘Smoothies’ Dlamini has resumed training....
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SD’S BUDDING NUMBER ONE MC JUST VERSATILE

SCOT’s flamboyant, handsome and stylish Sabelo Ndlela is hard not to notice at as soon as he jumps on stage because of the confidence, life that is he oozes. And his immaculate style too, so captivating. ...
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Journalist Pastor Ntokozo unleashes fourth album

Now who said journalists aren’t good enough when it comes to producing melodius tunes?...
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THEE ORIGINAL SWAZI PARTY COME BACK

After six years of being dormant, The Original Swazi Party, which was last hosted in 2011 at Afro Lounge in Pretoria, has resurrected....
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